“Song-Poems Wanted! The Musical” made its Las Vegas debut last week at the Onyx Theatre.
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International couple Behzad Dowlatshahi and Samira Nozari are published poets and painters known in Iran. To know their art is to know them, they said. That art is on display through June 21 in the exhibit “Fusionaroma” at the Rainbow Library, 3150 N. Buffalo Drive.
An acknowledged American masterwork, “Porgy and Bess” goes from opera to Tony-winning musical revival in its latest incarnation, opening an eight-performance run Tuesday at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
Henderson’s free Stroll ’n’ Roll on Saturday, and the Smith Center performance of “Women Fully Clothed: Older and Hotter,” on Friday are two of the many events in the valley this weekend.
The Las Vegas Contemporary Dance Theater gathered Wednesday to provide a sneak preview of the company’s upcoming world premiere, “Alice Down the Rabbit Hole.”
The Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender is scheduled for April 17-20 at The Orleans, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave. The event is set to include live music, a car show, burlesque performances, vendors and more.
The wildly imaginative world premiere production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” at The Smith Center through April 27, taps magical, musical elements that give the stage classic a new spin.
It’s billed as “Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka,” but don’t expect the darkness of Dahl’s original book, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” If you loved the 1971 film, you will recognize it, because this Music Theatre International script, “Willy Wonka, Jr.,” contains the Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley songs you’ll remember.
Transforming dreams into reality can be a grueling process, as Teller and collaborators discover preparing a new version of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” now marking its world premiere at The Smith Center.
April Fools’ Day has come and gone, but the celebration lingers on, as First Friday dubs April’s celebration “The Fool,” fittingly scheduling pop-up performances from clowns, jugglers, comedians and puppeteers as part of this month’s downtown Arts District celebration.