If your Sunday brunch routine has gotten stale, glam up that waffle-mimosa combo with a dash of diva. Every weekend, Senor Frog's in Orlando hosts a slew of the city's top female impersonators -- from campy to vampy -- who'll spice up the stage. You'll be treated to an open bar and brunch specialties (both Mexican and American) served at your table while drag queen royalty RuPaul's Drag Race stars Trinity Tayor, Ginger Minj, Roxxy Andrews and Lineysha Sparx work the crowd and give you life. Plus, with the Queens VIP package, you get premium seating near the front of the stage and a photo op with the cast.
Sex vs. War! Actually, No Sex vs. War! In this modern adaptation of the classic Greek comedy Lysistrata, women decide to occupy the Acropolis and deny the men in their lives access to that which they most desire. It is not an easy battle for the women who are pained as much as the men over this revolt. Which is stronger: the desire for war or sex? Don't miss this battle of the sexes at Dangerous Theatre Sanford.
Diva, a disco-loving drag queen alien, plans to take over the universe with her Disco Death Ray. It is up to the hapless crew of the spaceship Conundrum to defeat her. How do you defeat disco? Pop music of the 80's, of course! Don't miss Mission to Planet Zolbott when it comes to Dangerous Theatre Sanford.
The roar, the heat, the sleek metal. Winter Haven's Auburndale Speedway hosts the Speed & Offset Car Meet, with beautiful modified cars that the whole family can enjoy. Car aficionados of all ages and stripes can peruse the rides and choose their "dream car." A portion of the proceeds go to those affected by Hurricane Irma.
The Godfather, Chinatown, Star Wars -- the '70s were a golden age for movies, but there's one film from the era that still towers in the popular imagination: Debbie Does Dallas. While it might not be a cinematic masterpiece, it did, for better or worse, help launch an entire adult film industry. Now this dubious American classic gets the treatment it deserves: a musical parody! Debbie is an all-American girl with dreams of hitting it big as a member of the famous Texas Cowgirls cheer squad. With only a week to raise the needed travel money, Debbie and her girlfriends begin performing "odd jobs" for the all-too-eager neighborhood men. This "saucy, tongue-in-cheek romp" (The New Yorker) doesn't contain any of the original's X-rated stuff, but it captures all the rest of the ridiculousness. Don't miss Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical at Parliament House in Orlando.