For a unique theatrical experience, head to Arts Garage in Delray Beach for a performance by Arts Garage Radio Theatre. The company presents the classic radio dramas—with all the bells and whistles—on the stage of the cool arts venue. This week, they conclude the season with, “You Can’t Take it With You,” a comedy about two eccentric families who must learn to get along after their children are married. Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 and $30 at ArtsGarage.org.
Miss Coco Peru is coming to the Cabaret South Beach, 233 12th St. in Miami Beach, for two performances tonight and Saturday at 8 p.m. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the legendary storyteller and monologist who starred in the film, “Trick,” and has appeared on “Will & Grace,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Arrested Development” and “Dragtastic.” You won’t want to miss this latest collection of her favorite works. Tickets for her show, “Have You Heard,” are $25 at TheCabaretSouthBeach.com.
Rediscover the Broadway classic, “Oklahoma!” at The Wick Theatre, 7901 N. Federal Highway in Boca Raton, through April 26. You’ll be singing along with all the timeless Rodgers and Hammerstein tunes in another grand production directed by Norb Joerder. And, as is always the case with any Wick production, the costumes are fabulous, drawn from the incredible Broadway Collection at The Wick Costume Museum. Tickets start at $58. For show times and tickets, go to TheWick.org.
Hunky actor and LGBTQ ally Mario Lopez is the grand marshal for the Miami Beach Gay Pride parade down Ocean Drive at 12 noon today. Afterwards, check out the entertainment on the main stage as the Art Deco District goes from pastel to rainbow colored. Among the acts to check out is rising star Ivy Levan, who will be performing her hit single, “Biscuit.” She’ll be joined by talented drag performers, singers and dancers all afternoon. For info, go to MiamiBeachGayPride.com.
If you missed “All Good People” at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival last year, the screwball gay comedy starring Michael Urie (“Ugly Betty”) and Randy Harrison (“Queer as Folk”) is now available on video on demand and DVD. They play a gay couple who discover a secret room filled with cash while housesitting for a straight couple who die while out of the country. What would you do? Available from all cable providers, iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Xbox and PlayStation.
Slow Burn Theatre presents songs from its current production, Jonathan Larson’s “Rent,” tonight at 7 p.m. at the Stonewall National Museum and Archives Wilton Manors Gallery, 2157 Wilton Drive. Meet the actors and hear songs from the award-winning smash musical that transformed how LGBT lives and HIV were portrayed on the Broadway stage. The performance is free and complimentary bar and refreshments will be provided. For more information, go to Stonewall-Museum.org.