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You’re the detective in the new, outdoor interactive theater experience, “Art Heist Experience,” March 16 – April 4 at the Arsht Center in Miami and the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale.

Put your “NCIS,” “CSI” and “Law & Order” skills to use and walk off that quarantine poundage to solve a real-life master robbery of 13 works of art, valued at $500 million dollars. Amateur gumshoes will interact with a wild group of wily career criminals, slimy con men, rumpled art recovery specialists, a possible inside man, a gentle psychopath, and the larger-than-life, but definitely real self-proclaimed "Greatest Art Thief of All Time."

Tickets start at $39.50 at and $43 at

Naked Reading: It’s a Thing

When porn gets predictable, you can always pay to watch a boy read literature aloud in the buff. Yes, “Naked Boys Reading” was a hit in London, Berlin and Ottawa and now it’s coming to Fort Lauderdale. Clearly, it’s more comfortable to engage in such naturist activities in sunny South Florida during the winter months. This weekend, March 12 – 14 at Empire Stage, 1140 N. Flagler Dr. in Fort Lauderdale, naked men “of all types” will be reading passages around the theme of “madness.” We’re talking Poe to Prozac.

Tickets are $35 at Use code “Crazzy” for a $10 discount. Seating is limited and masks and other COVID-19 precautions will be enforced.

Save the Dates

Tickets are going on sale soon for the Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF), April 14 – 29. One of the largest Jewish film festivals in the world, MJFF will present several LGBT-themed features among the 140 premieres.

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OUTshine Continues Free at Home Streaming Series

Enjoy some of the newest LGBT-themed films from the comfort of your own living room, courtesy of the OUTshine LGBT Film Festival. OUTshine at Home is featuring several films focusing on women’s stories in March, including the Argentine transgender drama “Under My Dark Skin” and the U.S./Canadian comedy “Shiva Baby,” both closing March 14. The Mexican comedy “Mora & Chenchi” and “Forgotten Roads,” a Chilean dramedy about a woman’s taboo love in a conservative village, are available for viewing through March 21. Watch online at