Marlins Hold Pride Day; R House Turns 10 & More

Trinity the Tuck (left), photo by Benjamin Lennox/VH1 and Manilla Luzon (right), photo courtesy of Rey Lopez Entertainment.

There was so much info coming out because of pride that the Culture Corner was overcrowded, so here’s some more dish!


R House turns 10 this summer. Yas, Queen, and they are going to be doing it up big having a series of anniversary parties. For the first of these, on Friday, May 17, they are bringing in the heavy hitters, “RuPaul” superstars Manilla Luzon and Trinity the Tuck (which just happens to coincide with the Florida launch party of Serv Vodka, how convenient!). General admission tickets are a mere $20, with a $60 minimum beverage spend, and VIP front row tickets are $60, with a $100 minimum beverage spend. Your ticket price benefits the Trevor Project. Go to for ticket info.


The Miami Marlins will hold a Pride at The Park celebration game at Loan Depot Park on May 31 to show their support for the LGBTQ community and kick off Pride Month. Join the Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida as the Marlins take on the Rangers. GMCSF will be starting the game by singing the National Anthem. A special ticket package includes a Marlins 2024 Pride at the Park fan giveaway item and discounted ticket pricing. Arrive early for a pre-game party in the Biscayne Bay Brew Hall. For more information on additional experiences or to purchase a group of 10 or more, contact Antonio Diz at 305-480-1550 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Since taking over as artistic director at Lauderhill Performing Arts Center, Michael Ursua and choreographer Alex Jorth have made it a place of interest. If not the most daring in its musical forays, it does an excellent job presenting old favorites and new shows that will become old favorites as the years go by. Next season’s slate of musicals is no different. The 2025 lineup will feature “9 to 5,” “Legally Blonde,” and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s (yawn) “South Pacific.” Subscriptions are on sale now; single tickets will go on sale Sept. 1. Contact or call 954-777-2055 for more information.


Zoetic Stage and City Theatre at the Arsht Center are producing exciting new works this upcoming season, including several South Florida premieres. Zoetic Stage kicks things off by returning to the horror genre with “The Pillowman.” That’s followed by City Theatre’s “Black Santa,” the South Florida premiere is an absurdist comedy that examines how race and racial bias can have a foothold on one of the most benign figures. Zoetic Stage returns after the holidays with the Broadway hit “POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive,” another Miami premiere. Zoetic, then switches gears with the Broadway classic, “Fiddler on the Roof,” before ending its season with another Florida premiere “The Comeuppance,” an off-Broadway hit where a self-proclaimed, "Multi-Ethnic Reject Group," reconvenes for their 20th high school reunion. Go to for ticket information.


Listen to five bands and celebrate Pride on June 22 at My Mama’s Books Records and Café, 218 E Dania Beach Blvd., Dania Beach from 1-5:30 p.m. At the Starlight presents Indie Pride 2024, a safe space to celebrate the LGBTQ community. The five bands include At the Starlight, Heneseas, 33 Lions, After the Sunset, and Baby Gold will perform. There will also be vendors, artists, raffles, and nonprofit organizations on hand. There is a 10-dollar cover charge. Tickets are available at the door or All profits will be donated to The Pride Center at Equality Park.


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