The Stonewall Museum & Archives, in partnership with Congregation Etz Chaim in Wilton Manors, presents a screening of an updated version of “Ruthie & Connie: Every Room in the House,” tonight at 8 p.m. at the Classic Gateway Theatre, 1820 Sunrise Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale. The documentary, originally released in 2002, chronicles the story of New York Jewish lesbians Ruthie Berman and Connie Kurtz, considered the grandmothers of the same-sex marriage movement. Berman and Kurtz will participate in a discussion following the screening. Tickets are $15 at Stonewall-Museum.org.
The Pride Center at Equality Park in Wilton Manors hosts the opening night reception for local photographer Kaz Takahashi’s exhibition, “Seniors into the Wild,” from 5 – 7 p.m. Takahashi, a sports photographer, took photos of local seniors and then edited their likenesses into photographs taken in the wild. Examples of the whimsical portraits include a man swimming with manatees and another man hanging out on an ice floe with a baby seal. The exhibition will be on view at the Schubert Building of the Pride Center, 2042 N. Dixie Highway, through Feb. 8. For more information, go to PrideCenterFlorida.org.
Miami City Ballet, under the artistic direction of Lourdes Lopez, continues its 2014-15 season with Program II: “Hear the Dance,” from George Balanchine’s quote, “See the music, hear the dance.” The centerpiece of the program is Twyla Tharp’s energetic setting of “Nine Sinatra Songs,” featuring costumes by Oscar de la Renta. The company will also offer audiences Paul Taylor’s “Mercuric Risings” and Balanchine’s “Symphony in Three Movements,” set to music by Igor Stravinsky, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 9-11 at Miami’s Arsht Center. Tickets start at $25 at MiamiCityBallet.org.
HBO’s hit dramedy, “Looking,” chronicling the lives of three single gay men living in San Francisco returns to television tonight for Season 2 at 10 p.m. Gay life—and the fleeting search for love and happiness—is complex for 30-somethings Patrick, Augustin and Dom, portrayed on the show by Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett. Catch up on all eight episodes of Season 1 during a four-hour marathon beginning at 6 p.m. and leading up to the premiere. Check local cable providers for channels and show times.
Audiences will get a rare opportunity tonight at 7:30 p.m. to observe the laborious process playwrights follow to develop their works. The Jan McArt New Play Reading Series at Lynn University in Boca Raton will present a staged reading of local award-winning gay playwright Michael McKeever’s new play, “Daniel’s Husband.” The final version of the play will receive its world premiere later this spring by Island City Stage in Fort Lauderdale. The reading will be held in the Wold Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10. For more information, go to Lynn.edu.
“Who’s Fooling Who” is a new exhibit on view daily through Feb. 10 at the Studio 18 Gallery, 1101 Poinciana Dr. in Pembroke Pines. The exhibit, called “an exploration of the deceptive,” features artists who either use materials in an unusual way or create works that examine “the unlooked at,” visually provoking the viewer to engage. The show will also highlight the local work of No More Tears, an organization that provides support for immigrant domestic abuse survivors. Free admission. For more information, go to PPines.com/ArtsForCommunityEngagement.