SFGNites For the Week of Apr. 26, 2017

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Thursday, 4/27 - Television: Tune in to Logo tonight at 8 p.m. for the hugely anticipated premiere of the LGBT network’s new reality series, “Fire Island.” In the first episode, six friends travel from Manhattan to Fire Island to experience the summer adventure of a lifetime. The boys explore the island, attend the Pines Party, and then tensions flare when an afternoon pool party goes off the rails. Check local listings for channels and show times. Credit: Logo

Looking for something fun to do in South Florida?

Thursday, 4/27 - Theater

The House Theatre of Chicago’s 2012 sold out hit, “Death and Harry Houdini,” returns to the Arsht Center in Miami through May 21. Actor and magician Dennis Watkins performs Houdini’s original magic tricks, including the most renowned and dangerous escape, the Water Torture Cell, in this dark and visually stunning roller coast ride through the life of the legendary magician. Tickets are $50 at ArshtCenter.org.

Friday, 4/28 - Fundraiser

Are you feeling lucky? Voices of Pride, the Gay Men’s Chorus of the Palm Beaches, hosts Drag Bingo tonight at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 100 N. Palmway in Lake Worth. Bingo starts at 7:30 p.m. and special performances will be offered all night long. Admission is $25 and includes one book of games. Additional books are $5 and refreshments will also be available for purchase. For more information, go to VoicesOfPride.org.

Saturday, 4/29 - Theater

The Broadway hit, “Matilda,” comes to the Broward Center this week and runs through Sunday, May 7. Based on the children’s book by Roald Dahl and set to score by Tim Minchin, this musical is the story of a precocious 5-year-old girl with the gift of telekinesis, who loves reading, overcomes obstacles caused by her family and school, and helps her teacher to reclaim her life. Tickets start at $33 at BrowardCenter.org.

Sunday, 4/30 - Opera

Florida Grand Opera closes its 2017 season with Verdi’s comic opera, “A Masked Ball.” Gustavo is a beloved leader surrounded by conspirators. He also harbors a secret shame: he adores Amelia, the wife of his closest friend and loyal minister, Count Anckarström. At a masked ball, the count joins the conspiracy and stabs Gustavo. Playing April 29 through May 13 at the Arsht Center in Miami. Tickets at FGO.org.

Monday, 5/1 - Event

Ahoy, sailor! Fleet Week Port Everglades kicks off tonight at Esplanade Park in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Sailors from the visiting U.S.S. New York, Coast Guard cutters and Marines will assemble 6 p.m. for the All Hands on Deck welcoming party hosted by FPL. The military will be in South Florida for a week of recreational activities, community service projects and ship tours. Schedule at BrowardNavyDaysInc.org.

Tuesday, 5/2 - Television

Elisabeth Moss (“Mad Men”) and Joseph Fiennes (“Shakespeare in Love”) star in the highly anticipated new series, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which debuted on subscription service Hulu on April 26. Based on Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, a totalitarian, theocratic society in New England has overthrown the U.S. government. The story explores themes of women in subjugation. Tune in at Hulu.com.