Not Now, Darling, Tugun Village Community Centre: Tugun Theatre Company presents this farce written by Ray Cooney and John Chapman and directed by Jillian Rawlings. (Report, Page 8.) Opens tonight and plays Thursdays to Saturdays until May 25, with 2pm matinee on Saturday. Tickets $15 adults and $12 concessions. Cabaret seating. BYO drinks and nibbles. Call 5522 4740 to book. Reefer Madness, Beenleigh’s Pavilion Theatre: Directed by Morgan Garrity, Phoenix Ensemble’s propaganda musical parody takes its audience on a wild trip of drugs and debauchery. Inspired by a 1936 educational film, the show is packed with adult humour, drug use and outrageous songs. Opens tomorrow and plays Fridays and Saturdays at 7.30pm until June 15. Tickets $24-$26. Visit phoenixensemble.com.au to book. The Drowsy Chaperone, Spotlight Theatre, Benowa: (Report, right). A parody of American musical comedy set in the 1920s. Opens tomorrow and plays Thursdays to Saturdays at 7.30pm until June 8 with 2pm matinees on May 26 and June 2. Tickets $18-$35. Visit spotlighttheatre.com.au or call 5539 4255 to book. Magic and Mysticism in Suburbia, Murwillumbah Civic Centre: A new absurdist play by DoubleMask Youth Theatre Co. Plays tomorrow and Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets $10 adults and $5 concessions. Call 0432 387 691 to book. Transfusion, Dracula’s, Broadbeach: Cabaret restaurant’s latest vampire variety melds acerbic comedy, burlesque and circus. Stars Richard Macionis and Big Brother’s Charne. Dinner/show Tuesdays to Saturdays. Arrivals from 6.30pm. Spirit of the Horse, Australian Outback Spectacular, Oxenford: A dinner and show spectacle with a cast of larger-than-life characters, incredible stunts, special effects, live music in the Aussie Bar and a three-course meal. Plays Tuesdays to Saturdays, with matinees on the last Sunday of each month. Doors open 6.15pm. Tickets from $79.99.