Seraphic Fire, South Florida’s Grammy Award-nominated professional choral ensemble, sings in the holiday season with “A Seraphic Fire Christmas: Carols by Candlelight” in three performances under the direction of artistic director Patrick Dupré Quigley. Enjoy the timeless music of the season—heartwarming carols, glittering motets and solemn chant—tonight at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Coral Gables, Saturday at All Souls Episcopal Church in Miami Beach and Sunday at All Saints Episcopal Church in Ft. Lauderdale. Tickets are $55 each. For concert times and more information, go to SeraphicFire.org.
“The Greatest Show on H2O,” the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade will make its annual procession out the New River and up the Intracoastal Waterway tonight beginning at 6:30 p.m. Flo Rida is the grand marshal for this one of a kind parade of festively decorated boats. This year’s theme is “TV’s Greatest Hits.” Reserve seats in the grandstand at Birch State Park or party with friends who live along the route. Watch the parade live or see it streaming online. For more information, go to WinterfestParade.com.
The legendary Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress Leslie Uggams takes the stage at The Wick Theatre & Costume Museum through Dec. 28 as everyone’s favorite auntie, “Mame.” Uggams will perform the iconic songs by Jerry Herman, including “We Need a Little Christmas,” “Bosom Buddies,” “Open a New Window” and “He Walked into My Life,” Wednesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Boca Raton theater, located at 7901 N. Federal Highway. Tickets are $72 at TheWick.org.
Cinema Paradiso, 503 SE 6th St. in Fort Lauderdale and home of the Broward County Film Society, continues its special fall LGBT film series with “The Circle,” a powerful and little known history of underground gay life and activism in Switzerland. “The Circle” has won multiple festival awards and been lauded by critics around the world. The film opens on Friday, Dec. 12 and continues through Thursday, Dec. 18. Tickets are $10 general admission, $8 seniors and students and $6 for film society members. For information, go to FLIFF.com.
The hottest ticket in South Florida—and Broadway, for that matter—is the hilarious musical comedy, “Book of Mormon,” from “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and the musical genius behind “Avenue Q,” Robert Lopez. Nothing’s sacred in this tuneful parody on blind faith and the rituals of the Mormon Church opening tonight at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach and playing through Sunday, Dec. 21. You’ll laugh until you cry, it’s that funny. Tickets start at $45. For tickets and show times, go to Kravis.org.