Whether you\u2019re searching for more love, laughter, rhythm or magic in your life \u2013 you can find it all in Jackson this week. Riot Act presents The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at the Pink Garter Theatre. The searing drama follows one man\u2019s lonely fight to awaken the world to the AIDS crisis. Stay for talk-back sessions after each performance with actors and experts. On Thursday, swing by the third annual The Art of Love plate auction at the Center for the Arts. More than 50 artists created masterpieces to be auctioned off during an elegant evening of hors d\u2018oeuvres, live entertainment and spectacular art, all in support of Community Entry Services. Grand Teton Music Festival presents Verdi's Aida from the Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD series on Thursday at the Twin Cinema. Set in ancient Egypt and packed with magnificent choruses, complex ensembles, and elaborate ballets, few operas have matched Aida in its exploration of love and duty. Find your rhythm with world-renowned tap dancer Savion Glover at Dancer\u2019s Workshop this weekend. Sign up for three days of Rhythm & Theory with Savion \u2013 you\u2019ll learn not only movement, but tap history, philosophy, rhythm and musicality. If you don\u2019t want to hoof it yourself, join Savion for a free lecture demonstration on Saturday. On Friday and Saturday, kick off Laff Staff\u2019s tenth year of providing local laughs. Who knows? You may end up on stage! The show tends to sell out \u2013 come see why locals call this one of the hottest tickets in town. Wrap up your weekend with \u201cone of magic\u2019s best loved magicians,\u201d Michael Grandinetti, at the Center for the Arts. Michael has made a name for himself around the world as a talented and innovative illusionist. Wouldn\u2019t it be nice if your mind came with a user\u2019s manual? Phakchok Rinpoche returns to Jackson on Monday for the U.S. launching of his new book, \u201cRadically Happy: A User\u2019s Guide to the Mind.\u201d Past lectures by Phakchok Rinpoche have sold out. But wait, there\u2019s more! Explore more arts and cultural events this week at DailyWonder.org.