Nearly 60 years ago, a Broadway classic was born when John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Joe Masteroff’s “Cabaret” opened on Broadway. But what opened on Broadway in 1966 is a show very different from what many people know today. Unlike shows like classic musicals that have been revived more or less unchanged books and scores, Cabaret has seen multiple dramatic transformations in both its book, score, and staging as it was adapted for the screen and then revived on Broadway three times.

G. Wright Muir is an LGBTQ advocate and writer. She’s the co-founder and executive director of the nonprofit Black LGBTQ+ Liberation, Inc. (BLINC).

Sara Davis Buechner, one of the most vital concert pianists of our time, will present “Changing Keys,” a concert at the Sunshine Cathedral Performing Arts Center on Thursday, March 21.

On March 31, SunServe, along with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, will be hosting "Let's Have a KiKi," a celebration of Transgender Day of Visibility. Attendees at the event will get to indulge in brunch bites and mimosas. The event will take place at the AHF Healthcare Center, 700 SE 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Guests can secure a spot by going to eventbrite.com


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