The hottest ticket for the past two weekends has been the sold out “All-Male Peep Show” by Ronnie Larsen currently playing at Empire Stage, 1140 N. Flagler Drive in Fort Lauderdale. The good new is additional performances have been added for the remainder of the show’s run. Catch this entertaining comedy about the various personalities at a Times Square sex show Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 5 and 8 p.m. through April 12. Tickets are $30 at EmpireStage.com.
Who would have guessed that a garage band founded by Harry Wayne Casey in Hialeah in 1973 would become one of the iconic groups of the disco era? Well, KC and the Sunshine Band are back at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Paradise in Hollywood this weekend to perform their signature hits, “That’s the Way,” “Shake Your Booty,” “I’m Your Boogie Man,” “Get Down Tonight” and more. Dig out those bellbottoms and boogie on down to Hollywood. Tickets are $35 – 85 at MyHRL.com.
Can you hear the people sing? The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, one of the leading regional companies, tackles the Broadway hit, “Les Miserables,” in a gorgeous and incredibly sung production through April 5. The company always pulls out the stops and this should be the show to beat at next year’s regional Carbonell awards with a cast that also features many Broadway “Les Mis” alums. Don’t miss this opportunity to relive the magic of this touching show. Tickets start at $54. For show times, go to JupiterTheatre.org.
South Florida’s own Electra is a master— or mistress?—of female impersonation. She pulls off an uncanny Lucille Ball (“Vitameatavegamin”), Bette Midler, Liza and Judy and more. Tonight, she teams up with special guest Joanna James for “Living the Legends, Cher and Cher Alike!” at 9:30 p.m. on the stage at Village Pub, 2283 Wilton Drive in Wilton Manors. No doubt there will be plenty of surprises, along with Village Pub’s usual weekend drink specials. For more information, go to VillagePubWM.com.
For the last half-century, Fort Lauderdale resident James “The Amazing” Randi has entertained millions of people around the world with his remarkable feats of magic, escape and trickery. He later devoted his career to exposing charlatans and hoaxsters who used magic to deceive others. “An Honest Liar,” a fascinating documentary playing at O Cinema Wynwood, 90 NW 29th St. in Miami, explores his life and his biggest deception, his homosexuality. Check listings for tickets and show times.
Mary Wilson is probably best known as one of the founders of The Supremes, perhaps one of the greatest girl groups of all time (“Stop, in the Name of Love,” “Baby Love,” “Come See About Me”). But, Wilson is also a dynamic cabaret performer in her own right, too. Wilson returns to the Royal Room at The Colony Hotel, 155 Hammond Ave. in Palm Beach, for shows tonight through Saturday, March 28. For reservations and more information, go to TheColonyPalmBeach.com.