January 17 to January 24

January 17
Lecture
A convo with Castañeda & Moore
NWM2013 and SPRING BREAK will host New Work Miami 2013Artists as Exhibition Designers: A conversation with Consuelo Castañeda and Emmett Moore. The artist-exhibition designers reflect on their unconventional approaches to creating the environment for New Work Miami 2013. Moore and Castañeda will share early and drawings and floor plans, and discuss the collaborative process of working with artists and curators. Moderated by New Work Miami 2013 curators. A reception with a DJ will follow the conversation. 6:30pm – 8:30pm. $8.  MAM, 101 West Flagler St; Miami. For info: miamiartmuseum.org or 305.375.4073

January 17
Film
A Royal Affair
A grand period drama with a lusty, beating heart, A Royal Affair displays talent, charm and a sharp, contemporary edge to this notorious true story of illicit love and poltical intrigue.  The superb acting, gorgeous costumes and assured direction create both a sweepingly romantic and subtly nuanced portrait of this infamous episode in Denmark’s history. At once intimate and epic, A Royal Affair is one of the finest, most well-crafted period dramas in recent memory. In the late eighteenth century, Denmark is ruled by the spoiled King Christian VII , for whom governing takes a decided backseat to playing with his dog and indulging in all the pleasure of the flesh. That weakness makes him susceptible to the designs of cunning courtiers. Enter Johann Struensee, a ruggedly handsome German doctor and staunch proponent of the Enlightenment’s reformist principles, who is so well liked by the king when they meet abroad that he is asked to return with the monarch to Copenhagen as his personal physician. There, Struensee discovers his political match in the king’s physically and intellectually captivating queen, Caroline Mathilde, who happens to be somewhat starved for attention. Eager to use his influence to advance the cause of social reform. What unfolds is a tale of high-flown idealism undone by the blind passion of love. $10.50. 7pm & 9:30pm. O Cinema Miami Shores, 9806 NE 2nd Ave; Miami Shores. For info: 305-571-9970 or o-cinema.org.

January 18
Art
The Miami International Art Fair
MIA, returns to Downtown Miami at Bayfront Park, for its 4th edition tonight.  Gathering an international collection of galleries from as far as Beijing, Buenos Aires, Moscow, Paris, London to New York, the fair will present a dynamic display of some of the 21st century’s most promising established and emerging artists. Cutting edge artwork in a broad scope of focuses will be available to collectors to peruse, including painting, mixed media, photography, sculpture, digital, electronic, performance art, works on paper, functional design and studio jewelry design.  Special exhibitions and “project rooms” will also be highlighted. Noon – 10pm. $15. Intercontinental Hotel Dock adjacent to Bayfront Park, 100 Chopin Plaza; Miami. For info: 239-495-2024.

January 18
Music
Sunshine Blues Festival
Offering the Best Musical Lineup in the State in Years with three dates in three different cities, the Sunshine Blues Festival premieres this weekend. Choose from Ft. Myers, Boca or St. Pete to listen to the best Blues Bands around. Headline are the Tedeschi Trucks Band with performances by Dr. John, Walter Trout,  Sonny Landreth, Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band, The Wood Brothers, Matt Schofield, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Joe Louis Walker and Sean Chambers. Featuring two stages of live bands, the Festival will make its debut at Centennial Park in Fort Myers, today, with music starting at 12:30pm.  Then, Saturday, with music starting at 11am, it comes to Mizner Park Amphitheater in Boca Raton and finally on Sunday with music starting at 10:45am at Vinoy Park, St. Pete. For info: livenation.com

January 18
Theatre
Blood, Sweat and Mouseketears! with Lindsey Alley
Following her satirically titled night club act “Lindsey Who?,” this autobiographical new production plays off her Disney roots and shows why she’s being called “a master of comedy and music.” Performing in theatre, television and film since the age of six, Lindsey was cast as a Mouseketeer on the Disney Channel’s All New Mickey Mouse Club, alongside Keri Russell, Ryan Gosling, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears. Since then, she has appeared on stage and in movies such as Bedtime Stories (with Adam Sandler and Keri Russell), Company Retreat (directed by Campbell Scott), B.L. Stryker (with Burt Reynolds and Ossie Davis), Roller Jam, and The E! True Hollywood Story: Mickey Mouse Club. But, her Disney roots are never far from her sharp wit and beautiful voice. Featuring music from the Disney songbook and accompanied by renowned Cabaret Pianist Rick Leonard, Lindsey Alley “engages the audience and proves she is a force to be reckoned with!” says Broadway World. For the perfect date night, girls night out or group outing, don’t miss the lovely and talented Ms. Alley belt out classic Disney songs from “When You Wish Upon a Star” to new favorites like “Part of Your World” and “Go the Distance” while sharing stories about her quest for the elusive “happily ever after.” 8pm. $34.50. Aventura Arts & Cultural Center, 3385 NE 188th S; Aventura. For info: aventuracenter.org

January 18
Film
Animate Miami
Supercon, the folks who bring the huge comic convention to miami every year will host Animate Miami, a three day festival dedicated to Anime, Animation and Cosplay. Thousands of fans will converge for a full weekend celebration featuring voice stars from cartoons and anime, artists, bands and comedians, as well as hundreds of events, such as celebrity Q&A’s, costume contests, cosplay photo shoots, live music, video games, comedy show and much more. $150 – $20. Miami Airport Convention Center, 777 NW 72nd Ave; Miami. For info: animatemiami.com

January 18
Music
The Livesays
The Rock band The Livesays will be performing an Asbury Park Tribute at Mardi Gras Casino tonight. The band is fronted by vocalist-guitarist-songwriter Billy Livesay who, for twelve years, toured with Clarence Clemons’ band Temple of Soul, cutting a couple of albums and sharing stages with the great and the good. He can also be found playing in Slow Ride with original Foghat bassist Tony Stevens. The band, which also includes drummer Eddie Zyne (Hall and Oates, the Monkees, Rick Derringer, Foghat and many others) are based in Florida, but it’s no surprise that it’s to the New Jersey shoreline they take their inspiration. Bruce Springsteen and Southside Johnny are both easy reference points as the band whip up a blues-groove, rock `n’ soul vibe that’s topped by Livesay’s sandpaper croon. 8:30pm & 10:30pm. Mardi Gras Casino, 831 North Federal Highway;  For info: 954-924-3200 or mardigrascasinofl.com.

January 18
Festival
Art Deco Weekend
Art Deco weekend consists of a series of events, lectures, musical performances, and more starting today and running through the weekend.  Don’t miss the cool cars, music, fashion show, furniture and antique expo and also The Wolfsonian series of talks. Ocean Drive between 5th and 13th St; Miami Beach. For info: artdecoweeekend.com

January 18
Wine and Waves
As part of the Miami International Art Fair, Wine by the Bay in Downtown Miami will offer three exclusive wine tasting events designed especially for art fair patrons starting tonight through Sunday. Stefano Campanini, owner of Wine by the Bay, will be aboard the SeaFair Megayacht for “Wine and Waves – A Perfect Wine Storm. Enjoy a showcase of exceptional wines from California, Tuscany, and France.  $100. 7pm. Intercontinental Hotel Dock adjacent to Bayfront Park, 100 Chopin Plaza; Miami. For info: 239-495-2024.

January 18
Music
Pulse: Late Night at the New World Symphony
The New World Center transforms into a hip, late-night lounge setting, complete with club-style lighting and video projections-during this genre-bending, innovative event. A DJ spins electronic music alongside Fellows performing contemporary and classical works for orchestra and ensembles. 9:30pm. New World Center, 500 17 St; Miami Beach. For info: nws.edu

January 18
Film
TABU
A love story told in two unique parts, TABU is, quite simply, a film unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Deftly moving between contemporary Portugal, colonial Africa and the landscape of dreams, director Miguel Gomes conjures an enthralling story of obsession, memory and dangerous forbidden romance. In part one, ‘Paradise Lost’, we follow the seemingly ordinary daily life of a devout Lisbon woman, Pilar (Teresa Madruga) and her attempts to support and console her extravagant and bitter neighbour Aurora (Laura Soveral). She’s convinced her stoic maid Santa is secretly practicing voodoo spells against her. When Aurora’s health takes a turn, a stranger is summoned to her deathbed and it gradually transpires this man is Gian Luca, the love of her life from the distant past. His confession to Pilar of their doomed youthful affair forms the basis of the film’s second extraordinary chapter, ‘Paradise’, set 50 years prior at an African farm in the foothills of Mount Tabu…Playfully interpreting and rearranging history, Gomes’ film is somehow both technically and narratively subversive and yet inescapably romantic, in no small way thanks to the sensuous black and white cinematography and incredible score and sound design. Where part one portrays a society wallowing in nostalgia, the second propels a dramatic shift in tone and emotional power, delivering everything the characters – and we – may dream of, and live for. 9pm. Miami Beach Cinematheque, 1130 Washington Ave; Miami Beach. For info: mbcinema.com

January 19
Dance
Juan Siddi Flamenco
Experience the captivating mystery, thundering footwork and fiery intensity of the renowned Juan Siddi Flamenco Theatre Company. “It is not only the best flamenco dancing I’ve ever seen,” says Randy Forrester in Gotta Dance, “it’s simply the best dance performance I’ve ever seen.” Casting some of the finest flamenco artists and performers from Spain and the U.S., artistic director and choreographer Juan Siddi and his mesmerizing company of dancers and musicians present a breathtaking new work, guaranteed to heat up the Broward Center stage. Described as a “bundle of beautiful energy” by Magazine Pasatiempo, Juan Siddi fuses stunning costumes, lighting and music into an artistic marvel. In a work that is alternately startling, seductive, and traditional it is, in short, a creative masterpiece. 2pm & 7:30pm. $35 – $45. Broward Center, 201 Southwest 5th Ave; Fort Lauderdale. For info: browardcenter.org

January 19
Tour
Everglades Chokoloskee Adventure Eco-Coach
Frank’s most popular tour! Travel in comfort with eco-historian Frank Schena to stops at Big Cypress Preserve to watch a short film and see the alligators; the photo gallery of Clyde Butcher, known as the “Ansel Adams of the Everglades”, and the best old time general store in Florida, the recently re-opened Smallwood Store in Chokoloskee. Bring your picnic lunch. Advance reservations and payment required. 9am – 4pm. $45. HistoryMiami, 101 West Flagler St; Miami. For info: 305-375-1621 or historymiami.org.

January 19
Music
Pink Martini
Pink Martini is a “little orchestra” from Portland, Oregon, formed in 1994 by pianist Thomas Lauderdale. They draw inspiration from music from all over the world crossing genres of classical, latin, jazz and classic pop. 8pm. Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, 1700 Washington Ave; Miami Beach. For info: livenation.com

January 19
Social
What Women Want
Nikki Beach’s signature fashion and beauty event will hold a Designer Showcase tonight. This not-to-be-missed fashion fete will feature the artistic collection by Lauren Moshi. Moshi’s inspiration comes from high fashion and fine art, as she creates unique pieces that are meticulously crafted in limited quantities. Every mark, every line on every piece is hand drawn by Lauren, with each garment being an original piece of artwork. Sweet treats by Savvylicious Sweets. Complimentary welcome glass of champagne. 7pm – 10pm. Nikki Beach, one Ocean Dr; Miami Beach. For info: nikkibeachmiami.com

January 19
Kids
Squid and Shark
Join the young environmental club today for a Squid and Shark discussion and dissection. This hands on program will teach children about the inner anatomy of sea creatures. Part of the BNC Jr. Naturalist EarthKeepers Club & Seagass Adventure. 10am – 11:30am. $20. Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center, 6767 Crandon Blvd; Key Biscayne. For info: 305-361-6767 or BiscayneNatureCenter.org

January 19
Dance
El Ultimo Fuette
El Ultimo Fuette narrates the story of a woman living in the frustration of her own sense of incompleteness. As a child, impediment physical conditions took away her most precious dream, The Ballet. Maria del Carmen grew up fill with personal complexes, insecurities companied with unattainable goals that condemned her to suffer for the rest of her life. Her resentment and personal dissatisfaction exposed her to deviating circumstances derailing her through an insane path where the thin line between good and evil is vanished. 8:30pm. The Colony Theatre, 1040 Lincoln Rd; Miami Beach. For info: colonytheatremiamibeach.com

January 19
Music
Matisyahu
Matisyahu brings his acoustic show to the Adrienne Arsht Center following his sold-out performance in 2011 that received rave reviews describing Matisyahu’s voice and stage presence as “tremendous, zen-like, and enlightening.” Matisyahu returns with local guitarist and longtime friend Adam Weinberg for another special acoustic evening featuring a full performance of songs from his entire repertoire including his latest release, “Spark Seeker”, which debuted at #19 on the Billboard Top 200. The evening will also feature a question-and-answer session with the audience, bringing a closeness to the artist-fan relationship. Matisyahu began performing these stripped down acoustic shows in early 2009, giving fans a more intimate and personal experience while simultaneously showcasing the simple statement of his songs, incredible vocal range, and beat box talents. 8:30pm. $99 – $35. Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Blvd; Miami. For info: arshtcenter.org

January 19
Dance
Botanica
MOMIX, the acclaimed troupe of contemporary dancer-illusionists under the direction of Moses Pendleton (founding member of Pilobolus) present the riveting beauty of nature on stage with Botanica. The multimedia show is a visual delight for the entire family featuring an eclectic score that ranges from birdsong to Vivaldi and serves as a backdrop for this magical exploration of the rhythms of the seasons. 8pm. $35-$10.  SMDCAC, 10950 SW 211 St; Cutler Bay. For info: 786-573-5300 or smdcac.org

January 20
Music
Ocean Drive in Vienna
The Miami Symphony Orchestra brings Vienna to Miami with a twist of Overtures, Waltzes & Dances. The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), now in its 23rd season, is the cultural flagship of Miami, and one of the leading cultural organizations in South Florida. With 80 professional musicians selected from the finest artists from around the world, MISO, represents the exceptional talent and diversity that mirrors this city’s own international and multicultural richness. Eduardo Marturet, conductor. 7pm. $154 – $34. Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Blvd; Miami. For info: arshtcenter.org

January 20
Kids
Concert for Kids
Joshua Gersen, conductor. Program TBA. Both entertaining and educational, this popular series features lively performances by the orchestra and interactive commentary from the stage.  Come early to meet the Fellows and visit the Instrument Petting Zoo. 1:30pm &  2:30pm.  New World Center, 500 17 St; Miami Beach. For info: nws.edu

January 20
Arts
Chinese Cultural Day at the Museum
In conjunction with Project Mah Jongg, the Chinese Performing Arts Group will present a Cultural Day at the Museum. With 25 members, the Group’s Swans Dance Troupe and Sunshine Musical Ensemble will showcase the unique and beautiful art of Chinese dance and music. The Dance Troupe will perform Chinese ballet, folk dancing and traditional songs. The Music Ensemble will feature Chinese melodies played on the harp, violin, flute, and saxophone. As a grande finale, a fashion show of traditional Chinese dresses will close the program. $18. 2pm. Jewish Museum of Florida, 301 Washington Ave; Miami Beach. For info:.jewishmuseum.com

January 20
Music
Gregorian Chant
Beginning before sunrise and continuing deep into the night, ritual chanting of the Divine Office was a hallmark of a medieval cleric’s life. The undulating, meditative sound of Gregorian plainsong echoed hourly through the cloisters of an 11th century monastery. From Compline hymns sung in the darkness to the Salve Regina sung by religious warriors on the battlefield, the singers of Seraphic Fire intone the otherworldly chants to the Virgin Mary that were part of everyday medieval life. Gregorian Chant is made possible through a generous gift by Edmundo Pérez de Cobos. 4pm. Miami Beach Community Church, 1620 Drexel Ave; Miami Beach. For info: seraphicfire.org

January 20
Theatre
Cirque d’Amour
The lights dim. Sultry jazzy chords are heard in the distance. Through a midst of haze, exotic creatures emerge. Welcome to the sensual experience that is Cirque d’Amour. Combining the magical artistry of a European circus with the flirtatious camp of Burlesque, Cirque d’Amour is an intimate evening of song, dance, humor and mind-blowing acrobatics. Prepare for a steamy journey through your most taboo inhibitions. Experience the innocence and desire of the Argentinian Tango, the rambunctious dance of the Moulin Rouge’s femme fatale, the smokey desires that linger in a sultry Cabaret Boudoir and the classic art of striptease made famous by Ms. Sally Rand. Featuring gorgeous costuming, an electrifying score and seductive choreography, Cirque d’Amour explores our most treasured emotion – Love. 2pm. $34.50 – $39.50. Aventura Arts & Cultural Center, 3385 NE 188th S; Aventura. For info: aventuracenter.org

January 21
Tour
Vizcaya to North Grove Eco-Bike
Take a spin through the lush streets of North Grove with eco-historian Frank Schena. See fascinating Arquitectonica-designed houses and neighborhood botanical treasures near the clear calm waters of Biscayne Bay. Tour the original hardwood hammock at Vizcaya. Tour price includes admission to Vizcaya Museum & Gardens. Advance reservations and payment required. $35. 10am – 12pm. Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, 3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami. For info: historymiami.org

January 21
Television
Presidential Inauguration
As Americans descend upon Washington D.C. for the second term inauguration of President Barack Obama, South Floridians will once again gather at the Adrienne Arsht Center for a special Community Celebration and Live Television Simulcast of the Inauguration. The event will feature the live simulcast of the swearing in of the President and the inaugural address. There will also be the on-site presentation of the colors by South Florida’s own Homestead Senior High School Air Force JROTC Color Guard, live musical performance by the New World School of the Arts Concert Choir with guest soloist Bianca Sirgany-Castro, the winner of the Sparkle singing challenge. Event attendees are encouraged to bring school supplies, toiletries, new socks, and new undergarments to be donated to the Chapman Partnership, which operates a Homeless Assistance Center in downtown Miami. Organizations and individuals interested in offering sponsorship support for this event may contact the Arsht Center Advancement Department at 786-468-2243. 11am. Free. Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Blvd; Miami. For info: arshtcenter.org

January 21
Tour
Morningside Beautiful Neighborhood Architecture Walk
Stroll with Dr. Paul George through this pleasant tree lined community of historic Mediterranean style and Moderne style homes, as he recounts the history of this eastside neighborhood between Biscayne Boulevard and Biscayne Bay. Advance reservations and payment required. $30. 10am – 1pm. HistoryMiami, 101 West Flagler St; Miami. For info: 305-375-1621 or historymiami.org.

January 22
Music
Natalie Cole
Nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer Natalie Cole brings “a steady current of soul-music sassiness” to her performances, says the New York Times. One of the most successful vocal stylists of our time, Natalie Cole has sold over 30 million albums. Her 1975 debut “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)” launched a career that has spanned decades, and she has never fallen victim to gimmicks and trends since. From “Pink Cadillac” to “Miss You Like Crazy,” and her album of standards popularized by her late father, Cole’s interpretive versatility crosses genres from R&B, soul, and pop to gospel and adult contemporary. Cole gets even more musically adventurous on recent releases, pairing hard core R&B, with Fiona Apple and Neil Young covers. The publication of her second book, “Love Brought Me Back,” became an instant bestseller and chronicled her path to a kidney transplant in 2009. Natalie has made over 300 television appearances and continues to thrill audiences in concert. “This WILL be” an amazing night. Don’t miss it. 8pm. $59 – $119. Broward Center, 201 Southwest 5th Ave; Fort Lauderdale. For info: browardcenter.org

January 22
Performance
David Holt
The City of Aventura presents the inaugural season of First Person Singular: Adventures in Solo Storytelling Series with Freight Trains, Jesse James, Uncle B and Me featuring David Holt opening tonight. In this solo concert, four-time Grammy Award winner Holt weaves together stories and songs from his lifelong adventure, explaining how some of the quirkiest folks he discovered were right in his own family. 7pm. $25. Aventura Arts & Cultural Center, 3385 N.E. 188th St; Aventura. For info: 877-311- 7469 or AventuraCenter.org

January 22
Books
Reading Art
Join MAM’s book club for a discussion of “A Short Life of Trouble: Forty Years in the New York Art World” by Marcia Tucker. As an insider, the author describes a vital period in American art from the 1960′s on, as the first female curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art and then as the founding director of the New Museum of Contemporary Art in NYC, dedicated to innovative art and artistic practice. 6:30pm – 8pm. MAM, 101 West Flagler St; Miami. For info: miamiartmuseum.org or 305.375.4073.

January 22
Music
Inside the Music
An intimate and interactive view into the world of classical music and symphonic musicians, the NWS Fellows host a series of hour long, mini-seminars that explore an array of topics of their choosing such as orchestral music history, professional instrumental auditions and classical music appreciation. Audience members are encouraged to participate by asking questions and taking part in post-performance discussions. FREE. 7pm. New World Center, 500 17 St; Miami Beach. For info: nws.edu

January 23
Film
Jurassic Park
Free outdoor movies every Wednesday night are in full swing with The SoundScape Cinema Series at the Miami Beach SoundScape ExoStage. This week’s flick is Jurassic Park. Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough. During a preview tour, a theme park suffers a major power breakdown that allows its cloned dinosaur exhibits to run amok. Bring a blanket or beach chair and picnic. No glass please. 8pm. Free. Exostage at Miami Beach SoundScape, 500 17 St; Miami beach. For info: mbculture.com

January 23
Lecture
Marie-Laure Bernadac
Art Talks At The Bass will feature Marie-Laure Bernadac from the Musée du Louvre in Paris. Bernadac is the Curator in Charge and Special Advisor on Contemporary Art at the Musée du Louvre since 2003, having previously worked at the Musée Picasso. She has published numerous texts on Picasso, Louise Bourgeois and Jenny Holzer, among others. She will discuss Starting a Conversation between Contemporary Art and the Old Masters: Placing works by living artists in the galleries of the Louvre.”
7pm – 8pm. $8. Bass Museum of Art, 2100 Collins Ave; Miami Beach. For info: bassmuseum.org.

January 23
Festival
Food Truck & Music Fest
Miami Beach’s North Shore Park Bandshell & Ocean Terrace will dress in the typical, characteristic Latin flavor of the North Beach area to welcome the Miami Beach Food Truck and Music Fest on Wednesday nights this fall. The food and music fest will feature the popular mobile food trucks, free entertainment and participation by area restaurants. FREE. 5pm. North Shore Park Bandshell, 7275 Collins Ave; Miami Beach. For info: mbculture.com

January 23
Art
Arts For All: Margaret Kilgallen
Learn about contemporary art with a hands-on project inspired by the work of renowned artist Margaret Kilgallen whose paintings and murals reflect a variety of influences, including the dying art of hand-painted signs, elements of American folk art, mural painting, and a variety of formal painting strategies. Make collaged paintings in her style. Materials included. Open to all skill levels. 7pm. $15. MOCA, 770 NE 125th St; North Miami. For info: mocanomi.org

January 23
Tour
Vizcaya’s Moonlight Garden
Vizcaya’s bayfront gardens are breathtaking by day, don’t miss the chance to see them transformed by the glow of a bright Miami moon. With live music in the Courtyard, the allure of Italian-inspired gardens and delicious temptations available in the Café & Shop. $15. 6:30pm. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, 3251 South Miami Ave; Miami. For info: vizcayamuseum.org

January 24
Art
Breakfast with the Curator
Silvia Karman Cubiñá, Executive Director will host a special member only breakfast to welcome Marie-Laure Bernadac, Curator in Charge and Special Advisor on Contemporary Art at the Musée du Louvre in Paris. Bernadac has served as the Curator in Charge and Special Advisor on Contemporary Art at the Louvre since 2003, having previously worked at the Musée Picasso. She has published numerous texts on Picasso, Louise Bourgeois and Jenny Holzer, among others. Breakfast is a membership benefit for Botticelli Members $500 & higher. 9:30am – 11am. Bass Museum of Art, 2100 Collins Ave; Miami Beach. RSVP required or upgrade your membership level: dwolpert@bassmuseum.org or 305-673-7530 ext. 1013.

January 24
Theatre
Agatha Christie’s the BBC Murders
Four Agatha Christie Lost & Found classic Mysteries Three Blind Mice, Yellow Iris, Butter in a Lordly Dish and Personal Call, produced by Zev Buffman are currently showing in Broward. Lost during the London Blitz of World War II and post-war reconstruction, four Agatha Christie radio plays from the BBC Mystery Series have been rediscovered and adapted for the stage to create a thrilling night of intrigue and murder: Butter in a Lordly Dish, Three Blind Mice (which eventually evolved into the full-length hit The Mousetrap), Personal Call and Yellow Iris, which is set in a London cabaret and features musical numbers composed by Rupert Holmes. Through February 3. $26.50 – $66.50. 8pm. Parker Playhouse, 707 NE 8th St; Fort Lauderdale. For info: browardcenter.org

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