Television and theater star Matthew Morrison has a lot of trust in his friend, Sirius XM personality and pianist Seth Rudetsky.
“Mister Act,” the drag show parody of the 1990 film, “Sister Act,” starring Whoopi Goldberg, will be performed for one night only Friday, Feb. 2 at the Parker Playhouse, 707 NE Eighth St., in Fort Lauderdale.
“Mister Act,” the drag show parody of the 1990 film, “Sister Act,” starring Whoopi Goldberg, was performed for one night only Friday, Feb. 2 at the Parker Playhouse, 707 NE Eighth St., in Fort Lauderdale.
Aaron Tveit already knows the way to Fort Lauderdale’s iconic Parker Playhouse, which has been celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
On any given night, you can see handsome young men take off their clothes and demonstrate their “talents” at a number of local clubs. But, this weekend, talented Aussie magicians Chris Wayne and Mike Tyler will strip down on the stage of the Parker Playhouse as part of “The Naked Magic Show.”
A move to try and add more parking near Wilton Drive will depend on the cost.
Actress Debra Jo Rupp thought twice about taking her latest role, Dr. Ruth Westheimer.
Tommy Tune has always stood out in a crowd. The gangly six-foot-six (and a half)-inch-tall kid couldn’t be missed in the line-up of aspiring chorus boys at his first Broadway audition. Fortunately, for adoring fans, he wasn’t.
Whether you consider yourself a bro, dude, bloke, lad or dad, the “Choir of Man” is singing for you on Oct. 13 at the Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale. But, what exactly is the “Choir of Man?”
The magical and majestic Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale opened its 50th anniversary season this month with a nostalgic performance by the legendary singer Donovan, showcasing a 50th anniversary tour. The Hurdy Gurdy man, grayer and older, was a long way from Glasgow.
The only thing ordinary about Jeremy Jordan is his name. The young actor is often confused with Jeremy Jordan, the recording artist with a fleeting career in the early 1990s, and Jeremy Jordan, the male porn star.
This Pride month, while hundreds of thousands of LGBT and allied people take to the streets in marches and parades, the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida will make a musical statement about the personal sacrifices and successes made to advance human and civil rights.