Producer Ronnie Larsen has extended the run of Robert Chesley’s risqué drama “Jerker” at the Foundry at Wilton Theater Factory and he’s opened the first clothing-optional performance to the public on March 13 at 8 p.m., courtesy of the men’s naturist group, the WildFyre Society.

You can make a statement or simply experience the liberation and take your clothes off, too, just don’t forget to leave your mask on. Tickets are $20 at

For a Little Variety, Head to Empire Stage

Empire Stage, 1140 N. Flagler Dr. in Fort Lauderdale, reopened earlier this year with the Scandalous Nights Variety Show, featuring burlesque, drag divas, comedians, jugglers and magicians through March 6. Comedy juggler Jeff Taveggia (“America’s Got Talent”) is producing the series with performances by local drag stars Nicolette and Amanda Austin. Masks required and social distancing is observed in the theater. Tickets are $35 at

Thinking Cap Closes Out Black History Month

Thinking Cap Theatre is hosting a discussion of Jeremy O. Harris’ 12-time Tony-nominated drama, “Slave Play,” on Sunday, Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. via Zoom. Artistic Director Nicole Stodard and panelists Stephon Duncan, Carey Brianna Hart, Karen Stephens and Kent Chambers-Wilson will lead a Black History Month discussion of the searing themes. “Slave Play” is available for purchase on and other retailers. Tickets are $15 at

Don’t Let Your Porn Hobby Get You Busted, the adult site for independent “content creators,” is holding a virtual web conference on Thursday, March 4 at 4 p.m. The one-day live event will focus on 18 U.S. Code §2257 record-keeping and model releases required for all depictions of sexually explicit conduct, as well as any legal questions that performers may want addressed. You don’t want to be “performing” for a cellmate — for free. For more information, go to