Thursday, December 21
Hard Rock Live presents international comedian Kevin Hart performing live tonight and tomorrow (December 22) at 8p.m. with tickets starting at $70.
DL Hughley, who is one of the original “Kings of Comedy,” and has spent four years starring in the TV sitcom “The Hughleys,” comes to the Palm Beach Improv from today through Saturday Dec 23 with tickets ranging from $35 to $60.
Friday, December 22
The Ten Tenors come to the Arsht Center one night only at 8 p.m. The vocal wonder from Down Under boasts 16 years of sold-out shows around the globe as well as several platinum and gold albums. Tickets start at $30.
Saturday, December 23
Bigger Saturdays at Score presents “Raw” presenting Spain’s superstar DJ Binomio with an opening set by DJ Paulo Fragoso. Raw is hosted by Luciano and the entrance is through the rear (back alley) and will feature erotic dancers and a backroom cruising area.
Sunday, December 24
The Pub presents “We Three Queens” as they feature their Christmas Eve show starring Electra, Nicolette and Shardee Ross.
The World Famous Boardwalk presents their annual Friends and Family Christmas Party with free drinks from 7-9 p.m., a complimentary buffet from 10-11:30p.m., prizes, giveaways, and raffles and their fabulous naughty Christmas show at midnight. Admission is free with invite (ask your favorite Boardwalk staff member) without invite $20 (after 10 p.m.).
Don’t cry out loud anymore as Grammy Award winner Melissa Manchester will be performing her hits tonight and tomorrow Monday, December 25 at the Wick Theatre & Costume Museum with ticket $85.
Tuesday, December 26
Mona’s presents their 20th annual “Leftover Christmas Bag” where they feature over 400 presents wrapped. If you have never been to this event before, it is so much fun and features gifts from zonkers (think Lets make a deal) to amazing things including cash!
Starting tonight and going through Sunday, December 31 the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts presents “Finding Neverland.” Finding Neverland tells the incredible story behind one of the world’s most beloved characters: Peter Pan Playwright J.M. Barrie, and his struggles to find inspiration until he meets four young brothers and their beautiful widowed mother. Spellbound by the boys’ enchanting make-believe adventures, he sets out to write a play that will astound London theatergoers. Tickets start at $29 at arshtcenter.org.
Cirque Dreams Holidaze comes to Au-Rene Theater at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts from today through Dec 30. This 10th Anniversary National Tour created by South Florida Broadway Director and Cirque Dreams Founder Neil Goldberg has been getting rave reviews. Tickets start at $29.50.
Wednesday, December 27
If you love Broadway and haven’t seen Forbidden Broadway, or you just want to see it for the 5th time like me, now is your chance as it plays at the Kravis Center starting today and going through Dec 31. This long-running roast features crazy costumes, riotous rewrites of familiar songs and madcap impression. Four comic chameleons ham it up about Hamilton and other musical blockbusters. Described Tickets Start at $35 at Kravis.org.
Sean David in association with Warsaw Coffee Company invites everyone for a special event supporting Dean Trantalis for Mayor on Thursday, December 28 from 7-8:30p.m. and featuring complimentary cocktails and lite bites and a speech from Dean at 8p.m. $30 or greater donation per person suggested.
This is HOT
Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to the comedic, raw documentary Jesus Meets The Gay Man. The film will be released on January 9th on DVD ($19.99) and VOD through iTunes, Amazon Instant, and through local cable and satellite providers.
“I didn’t write this documentary for LGBT people, I didn’t write this documentary for Christian people, I wrote this for human people”, said director Jean-Claude Lafond. “This isn’t a film for just one group. It’s a film for everyone to enjoy.”
A story of reconciliation, forgiveness and renewal wrapped in Monty Python-like sketches and a jazzy dance number, Jesus Meets The Gay Man is a fun documentary that will have you see Jesus in a new light, while at the same time convincing you to work on your abs! Developed by looking at the questions of what Jesus would have said or done if He had met a gay person, the film aims to bridge the gap between Christians and the homosexual community, who have been at odds on this issue, with critical thinking and humor. In this age of so much information on the Bible and on the topic of homosexuality, can the LGBTQIA and the Christians find forgiveness?
DVD Special Features will include deleted scenes, over two hours of additional interview footage, and more.