By PAM HARBAUGH
We’re mixing up genres today and heading right to the big time quality (presented alphabetically and with links so I can get this to you quick because you’ll want to go to each one of these this weekend, I guarantee you):
“NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT” at the Henegar Center. Such a surprise! Such a delightful new show with iconic Gershwin music. Click here.
“SCOTTISH SPRING” concert with the Brevard Symphony Orchestra Saturday afternoon and evening at the King Center. Rising star Paul Huang perform on violin. Click here.
VIOLINIST HYE-JIN KIM and PIANIST IEVA JOKUBAVICIUTE perform courtesy the Melbourne Chamber Music Society Friday night only. Click here.
Now here’s what’s opening this weekend:
“SUGAR” at Cocoa Village Playhouse. This musical is based on the classic 1959 Marilyn Monroe Tony Curtis movie “Some Like it Hot.” The musical runs through March 27 at CVP, 300 Brevard Ave., Cocoa. Tickets are $16 to $24. Call 321-636-5050 or visit CocoaVillagePlayhouse.com.
Shows continuing through March 20:
“SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN” at Titusville Playhouse. Click here.
“THE WHO’S TOMMY” at Surfside Playhouse. Click here.
Hurry up, this weekend is it:
CAMINOS TRANSITADOS / PATHS TAKEN: A RETROSPECTIVE OF FRANCISCO “GORDILLO” Arredondo Baba Oñi runs through Saturday at the Foosaner Art Museum, 1463 Highland Ave., Melbourne. The exhibit comprises work by a leading Cuban contemporary artist is free during the museum’s gallery renovation. The Foosaner now has free admission every day…and it has changed its hours. Read about those changes by clicking here. Call 321-674-8916 or visit FoosanerArtMuseum.org or click onto the ad on the right side of this page.
REIMAGINED: INNOVATIONS IN FIBER ART by Alex Trimino and Carrie Sieh runs through May 7 at the Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts. This is a vivid, fun, engaging exhibit filled with color and, as the title suggests — imagination. This is a real treat. Free admission. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and noon to 4 p.m. Sundays. The Funk Center is on the campus of Florida Tech, 150 W. University Blvd., Melbourne. Call 321-674-8313 or click here.
IMPRINTS: THOSE MADE / LEFT BEHIND by photographer David Wallace exhibit focuses in part on his love of Paris. The exhibit runs through March 27 at the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery, 1470 Highland Ave., Melbourne. Call 321-259-8261 or visit FifthAvenueArtGallery.com.