Thursday, 5/19 - Exhibit
ARTundressed, South Florida’s sexiest art festival, opens tonight and runs through Saturday at Eminent Domain, 9801 NW 7th Ave. in Miami. In addition to displays of creative nude art, the festival also features sexy fashion, live performances and DJs. Tonight at R House in Wynwood, the opening party features burlesque performances by Moon River Cabaret. For more info and tickets, go to ArtUndressed.com.
Friday, 5/20 - Television
The second season premiere of the compelling reality series “Secret Lives of Americans” airs tonight at 10 p.m. on Pivot TV with two special LGBT episodes. The first introduces a young HIV-positive man who plans to reveal his status to friends and co-workers. The second episode features a 27-year-old Mexican-American who must come out to his conservative family. Check local listings for channels.
Saturday, 5/21 - Theater
MNM Productions presents the ‘60s rock musical, “Hair,” in the Rinker Playhouse at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach through June 5. The groundbreaking show put rock music and the culture that went with it on the stage with songs like “Aquarius,” “I Got Life” and “Let the Sun Shine.” The show still speaks to audiences of all ages in the era of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Tickets start at $45 at Kravis.org.
Sunday, 5/22 - Theater
Relive the ‘90s with a group of Manhattan friends in David Dillon’s hit Off Broadway comedy, “Party,” currently playing at Empire Stage, 1140 N. Flagler Dr. in Fort Lauderdale. An innocent game of “Facts and Fantasies,” a variation of “Truth or Dare,” has these six gay guys revealing all. Wednesday through Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets start at $35 at RonnieLarsen.com.
Monday, 5/23 - Film
We all know Monday is the day to hit the Cineplex, especially on those weekends when big blockbusters hit the screens in South Florida. This week, head to your favorite theater for “Angry Birds,” the animated film based on the popular video game. Join Red, Chuck, Bomb and the rest of Bird Island to discover what made them all angry in the first place. Check local listings for theaters and show times.
Tuesday, 5/24 - Comedy
It’s been about two years since comedian Tracy Morgan was nearly killed in a horrific traffic accident after a gig in New Jersey, but the “Saturday Night Live” alum is funnier than ever. Morgan is bringing his new show, “Picking Up the Pieces” to the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood tonight at 8 p.m., and he promises plenty of the madcap punch lines his fans have come to expect. Tickets start at $40 at MyHRL.com.