• Mirror: Classical and Jazz

    Who says classical music concerts have to be stuffy affairs? Local orchestras serve up scintillating programs and audiences pack the performing arts center for Gold Coast Jazz Society concerts and visiting artists.

  • Mirror: Comedy and Concerts

    All eyes are on Hollywood where the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino opens its long-awaited guitar-shaped hotel and state-of-the-art, 6,500-seat Hard Rock Live concert venue. If you can’t snag tickets to the big opening featuring Maroon 5, there are still lots of options for memorable entertainment.

  • Mirror: Dance

    Whether you prefer classical or contemporary, you will experience the full range of motion on South Florida stages this season. The distinctive beats of hip hop and tango also spice up the schedule.

  • Mirror: Regional Theater

    South Florida boasts one of the most vibrant regional theater scenes in the country. This fall, audiences can enjoy classic American plays, edgy new dramas and comedies, hit musicals, LGBTQ-themed fare and much more—all without booking a ticket to Broadway.

  • New Doc ‘State Of Pride’ Gives A Voice To The Next Generation

    In "State Of Pride,” a new documentary now available on YouTube, gay activist and YouTube personality Raymond Braun travels to three diverse cities to chat with young people about what Pride means to them. The answers Braun gets may not always have been what he expected. 

  • Outre Offers Provocative Look at Unconditional Love

    Here’s a revelation: relationships are never easy—especially gay relationships. Outré Theatre Co. offers South Florida audiences a witty, provocative examination of our complicated affairs in Gregory Naufft’s “Next Fall,” opening March 8 at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center.

  • Queerly Digital: Christianity And Queerness Meet In The Gospel Of Eureka

    Welcome to Queerly Digital, a regular column about LGBT cinema on DVD and Blu-Ray. “The Gospel Of Eureka,” a new documentary by Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher, is the perfect antidote to the divisiveness being inflamed by the current administration.

  • Ronnie Larsen Brings Back Autobiographical Fan Favorite

    You don’t have to be Dr. Phil—or Dr. Ruth, as a matter of fact—to figure out that playwright Ronnie Larsen is more than slightly obsessed with sex.  

  • SFGN's Winter A&E Guide

    SFGN's the Mirror Mag "Power And Pride" Vol. 8 Issue 1, January 2019 "Winter A&E Guide"