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Historic Fort Lauderdale Theater Gets a Glam Makeover

The Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale reopened in September with a new name, following a $30 million renovation and expansion of the historic landmark.

10 Hot Tickets for Fall

Bianca is back in South Florida with her new show, “Unsanitized.” The “RuPaul’s Drag Race” GOAT (Greatest of All Time) has practically sold out the newly renovated Parker, but a few tickets are still available — at the variable (escalated) pricing. At press time, the most inexpensive ticket was $217, making this the hottest ticket of the season.

Area Arts Venues Prepare to Reopen with COVID Protocols and a Little Luck

Local arts venues are preparing to fully reopen after more than 18 months of uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic and patrons can expect rigid or reinstated safety protocols, even if vaccinated.

Women Find Community in the Arts

For decades, lesbian, bisexual and queer women in South Florida have felt overlooked by arts organizations and entertainment venues, outnumbered by the region’s large and influential population of gay men.

Miami City Ballet Unveils Season of Classics and Premieres

“Sunshine in Motion” is the theme as Miami City Ballet (MCB) finally returns to stages in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Movie Musicals Provide a Welcome Distraction from Pandemic

It’s no secret homosexuals love their show tunes and POW! (Plays of Wilton) has been serving up movie musicals to sold-out houses at The Foundry in Wilton Manors since July.

Island City Stage Hosts 'Law Enforcement and the LGBT+ Community' Event

Island City Stage, the LGBT-centric theater company in Wilton Manors, will open its 10th anniversary season in October with a revival of its first production, “The Twentieth Century Way” by Tom Jacobson.

Opera Turns 80 with Return to South Florida Stages

Florida Grand Opera (FGO) recently announced a 2021-22 season featuring a mix of classical favorites and 21st-century works performed at the Arsht and Broward Centers, as well as new venues in both counties.

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