November Calendar 



Play for Arc

Nov. 8

6-10 p.m.

Give thanks November- Pinball for a cause during the Gala for Developmental Disabilities at Silverball Museum. Proceeds benefit Arc of Palm Beach. Enjoy open bar, seafood buffet, entertainment. $100 per person. Cocktail attire.


Art Couture: The Intersection of Fashion and Art

Cornell Art Museum

Art Couture: The Intersection of Fashion and Art brings together contemporary art and the world of fashion design. The exhibition will include illustrations and clothing created by well-known fashion designers as well as contemporary art inspired by iconic designs of the fashion world. On view through April 25.

2nd Annual Fall Art on the Square

Nov. 9-10

Signature Cornell Art Museum Fundraiser

The Cornell Art Museum presents an outdoor, juried fine art show featuring fine artists in all media by 100 artists from around the country. The front lawn of the Cornell Art Museum will transform into an exciting outdoor gallery with live music and Hospitality Lounge.

Free Friday Night Concerts


Doors open at 6 p.m., music at 7:30 p.m.

Nov. 1- VAM Band

Nov. 8- Wolf Pack

Nov. 15- Entourage

Nov. 22- The Turnstiles

Nov. 29- Fab Fleetwoods

Free admission; weather permitting; bring your own chair; no pets or outside alcoholic beverages are allowed; concessions and full cash bar available on site.

Classic Albums Live: Led Zeppelin: IV

Nov. 16

8 p.m.

OSS Pavilion

This is the album that put Led Zeppelin into homes around the world, acting as a successful marriage of the hard rock from their second album with the folksier meanderings of their third album. IV is the one that demonstrates their subtlety and confirmed the band’s status of rock superstars. (Doors open at 6:30 pm)

Tickets $20, $40, $75 VIP

The Drifters

Nov. 21

One of Rock & Roll’s founding vocal groups is once again touring the U.S. under the auspices of their original management team.


McArdle & McKechnie Celebrate Sondheim & Hamlisch

Nov. 2–3

Saturday: 7:30 p.m., Sunday: 4 p.m.

Two of Broadway’s most endearing leading ladies, Andrea McArdle from Annie and Donna McKechnie from A Chorus Line, bring their talent to this celebration of two American composers: Stephen Sondheim and Marvin Hamlisch.

Location: Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center

Tickets: $70 for box, $55 for orchestra and $50 for mezzanine


‘Everything is Super Great’ by Stephen Brown

Nov. 30-Dec. 22

Runs Thursday to Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 3 p.m.

A Co-World Premiere in conjunction with New Light Theater Project and Stable Cable Lab Co.

A typical day in the life of 19-year-old Tommy involves triple shot lattes, yearning after his assistant manager at Starbucks, and arson at Applebee’s. Such distractions are therapeutic when your older brother has been missing for months. But when a well-meaning, if somewhat misguided, therapist shows up on his doorstep, Tommy must finally face his loss.


Hot Shoe Shuffle

ends Nov. 10

The fun begins when the seven tap brothers receive a telegram – telling them that they will inherit millions from their late father if they reproduce the famous Hot Shoe Shuffle one month after his death. “Puttin’ on the Ritz” and many other favorite songs are part of this new musical.

Tickets $75-$95

Cady Huffman in Tomboy, Showgirl

Nov. 16, 8 p.m.

Nov. 17, 2 p.m.

Cady Huffman will be bringing her critically acclaimed cabaret show, Tomboy, Showgirl to Boca Raton. Best known for her Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award-winning performance as “Ulla” in The Producers on Broadway, Cady also has a legion of fans who adore her thanks to HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm and her ten seasons on Iron Chef America. Tickets are $65 and $85, which includes VIP reception with meet-n-greet.


Lenny Dave presents 100 Years of Comedy

Nov. 6

Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.

Nationally recognized comedy historian Lenny Dave entertains audiences as he takes them on a nostalgic trip down comedy’s Memory Lane… back to a time when the best comedians were both funny and clean! Lenny’s fun, fast-paced, and highly interactive show spotlights crowd-pleasing comedians of the past 100 years; from vaudeville, radio, motion pictures and Broadway to night clubs, records and TV.

Tickets $39 (includes lunch catered by Too Jays)

Florida’s Funniest Comedians: Scott Novotny and Tiffany Barbee

Nov. 15

Friday, 8 p.m.

Twenty-year comedy veteran, Scott Novotny is known for appearances on TV shows such as “Comedy On the Road” and MTV’s “Half Hour Comedy Hour” and for headlining comedy clubs throughout the country. Tiffany Barbee is a retired pageant kid, who eventually rebelled against her wacky stage mom just enough to become a national touring stand-up comedian.

Tickets $20

Moon River: The Songs of Johnny Mercer starring John Lariviere

Nov. 20

Wednesday, 12:30 p.m.

Internationally-acclaimed cabaret and concert singer, John Lariviere presents MOON RIVER, a tribute to the musical genius of prolific composer and lyricist Johnny Mercer. With music direction by talented jazz pianist, Phil Hinton, the 75-minute show includes over 20 hit songs such as “Blues in the Night,” “Autumn Leaves,” “That Old Black Magic,” “Skylark,” “Satin Doll,” “Days of Wine and Roses,” and of course “Moon River.”

Tickets $39 (includes lunch catered by Too Jays)

See How They Run

Nov. 29-Dec. 15

Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 & 8 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m.; Wednesday (12/4 only), 8 p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m.

This British farce by Philip King is one of the most popular ever written.  Set in a quiet English village immediately after World War II, the story centers on a former actress (an American) now married to the local Vicar, her American friend and fellow actor, a nosey spinster, and an escaping Russian spy.  Through a series of misunderstandings, the plot weaves itself into a hilarious state of confusion.

Tickets $35 (adults); $15 (students); $25 (groups)


I Never Saw Another Butterfly

Nov. 8-8 p.m.

Nov. 9 -8 p.m.

Nov. 10- 2 p.m.

Nov. 15-8 p.m.

Nov. 16- 8 p.m.

Over 15,000 Jewish children passed through Terezin. And only about 100 were still alive when Terezin was liberated at the end of the war. One of the survivors, Raja, having lived through it all, teaching the children when there was nothing to teach with, helping to give them hope when there was little enough reason for hope, creating a little world of laughter, of flowers and butterflies behind the barbed wire, tells the true story of the children. There were no butterflies at Terezin, of course, but for the children, butterflies became a symbol of defiance, making it possible for them to live on and play happily while waiting to be transported.

Show is approximately 2 hours with a 20 minute intermission. Tickets are $16.


Anime Architecture 

Nov. 9-April 3

Anime Architecture traces the architectural world-building process of Japan’s most influential animated science fiction films. In order to highlight the artists, designers, and directors of the meticulous backdrops that bring to life the futuristic urban environments of anime, curator Stefan Riekeles of Berlin spent years compiling these works. The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens is the only U.S. venue hosting this special exhibition. From location photographs and concept sketches as detailed pencil drawings, through to final expressions as cells in full color, Anime Architecture reveals some of the intricacies of the creative processes behind Japan’s ultramodern animated films. More than 100 works on exhibit.


Reclaimed Art Exhibit Opening Reception

Nov. 1

6-8 p.m.

Free admission

Enjoy wine and art at the opening of our RECLAIMED EXHIBITION featuring local emerging artists Julia Loudon and Brighton Kilgore.

Cowboys and Frenchmen

Nov. 1

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

The front line of two alto saxophones is the vehicle for reimagining the role of horns in a small group setting, charting new territory by exploring individuality within the same timbre. The inspiration for the band name, Cowboys & Frenchmen, is a short film by David Lynch, called “The Cowboy and The Frenchmen.”

The Gabe Stillman Band

Nov. 3

7-8:30 p.m.

General Admission $25 | Reserved $30 | Premium $35

The Gabe Stillman Band is unmistakably rooted in the blues, the band plays both original and cover songs that draw deeply from the well of Soul, R&B, Rock’N’Roll and New Orleans music.

The Lauren Anderson Band

Nov. 8

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $30 | Reserved $35 | Premium $40

Lauren Anderson has been playing shows since 2014, mixing her blues-rock roots with elements of Americana, soul, and country music.

Emily Asher’s Garden Party

Nov. 9

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

Emily Asher’s Garden Party is a versatile musical ensemble led by Asher’s tenacious trombone and sweet vocals.

Nigel Mack and the Blues Attack

Nov. 10

7-8:30 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

Chicago blues ‘triple threat’ Nigel Mack delivers a high-energy show that fuses classics of the genre with the punch of contemporary original blues.

Ghost Town Blues Band

Nov. 15

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

Horns, harmonies and homegrown instruments combined with an energetic and roots rich festival set makes Ghost Town Blues Band one of the “must see live bands on the festival scene today.”

Coco Montoya

Nov. 16

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $40 | Reserved $45 | Premium $50

The old Willie Dixon adage, “blues is truth,” perfectly describes the searing, contemporary blues-rock of world-renowned guitarist and vocalist Coco Montoya. Montoya mixes his forceful, melodic guitar playing and passionate vocals with memorable songs, delivering the blues’ hardest truths.

The Monroe Doctrine

Nov. 17

2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Staged Reading with Playwright Talkback

General Admission $25

What does success mean in America? What does it mean when you don’t make it? In THE MONROE DOCTRINE, poet and adjunct professor REAL MONROE tries to hold his world together from his trailer on Hog Island on Maryland’s eastern shore. It is Memorial Day weekend and the men of the family gather for what may be the last time to meet the wishes of Real’s Korean War veteran father, an assisted living facility refugee.

Libby York

Nov. 22

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

The Chicago native has performed at venues as diverse as Mezzrow & Kitano NYC, Jazz Showcase & Green Mill Chicago, Sacramento Jazz Coop, Tennessee Williams Theater Key West, and Cafe Laurent Paris.

Jabari Grover

Nov. 23

8-10 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

An Intimate night of Smooth Soul (Marvin Gaye Style), Improvisational Jazz Phrasing (George Benson Style) and a pinch of Swinging Blues (Lou Rawls Style)!

Duwayne Burnside

Nov. 24

7-8:30 p.m.

General Admission $35 | Reserved $40 | Premium $45

Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Duwayne Burnside is one of 14 children born to legendary North Mississippi musician R.L. Burnside and his wife, Alice.

The First Annual Mighty Maxgiving

Nov. 29-30

8-10 p.m.

General Admission (Standing Room Only) $50

VIP Ticket (Meet and Greet Max Weinberg and 1 General Admission Ticket-Standing Room Only) $200

Weinberg invites the audience to create, in real time, the set list he and his crack four-piece group will play that night. Performing songs from the glory days of rock and roll. Choose from a video menu of over 200 songs, everything from The Beatles, Stones, Springsteen and the E Street Band’s biggest hits!


Cellist Jason Calloway performing Bach Suites

Nov. 24

3pm (pre-concert lecture with Dr. Paul Cienniwa at 2:30pm)

$20 suggested donation / 18 and under FREE

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is handicapped accessible

Music at St. Paul’s continues its 32nd Season with a concert by cellist Jason Calloway performing three of J.S. Bach’s legendary Suites for Violoncello Solo. Calloway will perform Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007; Suite No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009; and Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011.