History, poetry and tragedy collide when Roger Guenveur Smith tackles the thorny odyssey of Rodney Kingâ€”deemed â€œthe first reality TV starâ€â€” from the harsh initial glare of the national spotlight as the victim of police brutality to his involuntary martyrdom that ignited the L.A. riots to his lonely death at the bottom of a swimming pool. As with his previous triumphs at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, including The Watts Towers Project and Juan and John, Smith seamlessly fuses facts and friction, motion and emotion into a gripping narrative that poses impossible questions while illuminating his subject with grace and empathy.Â General admission is $15.
Wednesday, September 28, 7pm-12am – O Lounge at YOLO Restaurant, 333 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale Join for a Bourbon Affair of tasting and complimentary cocktails for ladies, featuring Bourbon Barbies pop up, henna tattoos, live music and entertainment.Â Ladies drink free 7pm-12am every Wednesday. #LadiesNight @Yolo_Restaurant 2
Monday, November 25, 7pm-10pm -Â Miami Iron Side,Â 7600 NE 4th Ct, Miami Pop-Up Piano Miami, Miami Iron Side, KIND Healthy Snacks, and Bombay Sapphire Martini are pleased to host the second annual Preview Mixer in celebration of this yearâ€™s selected artists for the piano creations. Community will have the opportunity to meet & greet with Pop-Up […]
Saturday, June 2, 4pm-10pm – Fort Lauderdale Historical Society, 219 Southwest 2nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale Hundreds of South Floridians and visitors to the area gathered at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society’s New River Inn for the second annual Taste the Islands Experience (TTIX). Food and drink enthusiasts enjoyed delicious island bites, live cooking demos, artisan […]