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Thursday, 1/14


Best known for her roles as Glinda in Broadway’s “Wicked” and the plucky press secretary Annabeth on TV’s “The West Wing,” the multi-talented Kristin Chenoweth is “Coming Home” to the Broward Center tonight for one performance. She’ll be singing her favorite songs from her latest album. She also appears in West Palm Beach at the Kravis Center on Jan. 16. Tickets at and

Friday, 1/15


Island City Stage presents the world premiere of Michael Leeds’ new comedy thriller, “Who Killed Joan Crawford?,” tonight through Feb. 14 at Abyss Stage, 2304 N. Dixie Highway, in Wilton Manors. What can happen at a costume party where the guests are dressed like iconic Joan Crawford movie characters? Murder! It isn’t pretty, but the play is pretty funny. Tickets are $35 at

Saturday, 1/16


Head to Esplanade Park in downtown Fort Lauderdale today from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Riverwalk’s 5th Annual Stone Crab & Seafood Festival. In addition to scrumptious seafood, enjoy drinks, live entertainment, prizes and more. You won’t want to miss the ever popular hermit crab races, either. Tasting size dishes start at $5 each and tickets to the craft beer garden are $20 in advance. Tickets at

Sunday, 1/17


“STAR TREK: The Ultimate Voyage” goes where no concert has gone before, bringing five decades of “Star Trek” to South Florida. The show features a live symphony orchestra performance as iconic film and TV footage from the science fiction classic is beamed up in high definition to a supersized screen. Tonight at the Kravis Center and Jan. 19 at the Broward Center. Tickets at and

Monday, 1/18


Enjoy a hilarious evening of comedy, personal anecdotes, show biz stories and that deadpan delivery and demeanor that has made Bob Newhart one of the most celebrated comedians in entertainment history with a career spanning more than five decades. The television legend will be appearing tonight at 8 p.m. at the Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale. Tickets are $53 – 98 at

Tuesday, 1/19


Come celebrate the life of Will Rogers, the beloved American entertainer who never met a man he didn’t like. The Carbonell Award-winning Maltz Jupiter Theatre, 1001 E. Indiantown Road, in Jupiter, presents “The Will Rogers Follies,” a dynamic, crowd-pleasing musical review about the famed comedian’s life and featuring a cast of 23 performers, tonight through Jan. 31. Tickets start at $55 at