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William Shatner hails from Montreal, Cirque’s home town, and is just a couple months older than renowned “Mystere” artist Brian Dewhurst.
Celebration of performer’s life, open to all, scheduled for Friday afternoon/evening at the Amargosa Opera House.
Through March 31, Left of Center Art Gallery hosts “A Room of One’s Own,” an all-women’s exhibition inspired by Virginia Woolf’s influential essay of the same name. In the essay, she argues that women writers must have their own space — literal and figurative — to create their best art. The exhibition is also organized to coincide with Women’s History Month in March.
If the audience paying homage to Tony Sacca on Monday afternoon could have spoken with one voice, it would have said, “Tony, we’re gonna need a bigger room.”
Like most people, Alain Rochefort can get a little blue at work. Only for him, it’s required.
The Youth America Grand Prix in Las Vegas competition started Thursday and drew students from 70 dance schools from 16 U.S. states and nations including China, Mexico and Canada, said Larissa Saveliev, the nonprofit’s co-founder. About 400 students competed.
Lady Gaga’s blazing Super Bowl halftime show (great use of the keytar, aerial straps and fishnets) has accelerated speculation about her performing having an extended residency on the Strip.
Vanilla Ice hearkened to the ’90s with a packed party at the Hard Rock Hotel; Oscar Goodman favors the Atlanta Falcons — but Mayor Carolyn is likely to hedge that bet.
During the premiere, composer Nathaniel Stookey will play the OOVE, a one-of-a-kind electro-acoustic stringed instrument created by kinetic sculptor Oliver DiCicco.