Commemorating the Year of the Yang — which simultaneously honors the Goat, Sheep and Ram — the display features 22,000 flowers in vibrant reds and golds, focusing on the symbol of the Goat.
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Garrison Keillor and Jackie Evancho among the many names coming to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts during the first half of 2015.
For nine years, Josh Radnor played a hopeless romantic on TV’s “How I Met Your Mother.” So he’s the perfect person to ask if his latest project is a good for a date night.
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who dressed generations of celebrities in red carpet and evening gowns, has died after battling cancer at 82.
Joining the singer and pianist for the year-end show: Broadway star Laura Osnes along with “American Idol’s” Jessica Sanchez.
Table 8 Productions’ moody presentation of Jennifer Haley’s potent play “Breadcrumbs,” now at Las Vegas Little Theatre, takes us to a place of great emotional depth, though the journey there feels vague. Like the disease around which the drama unfolds, the crumbs that should guide us are sometimes scattered in disarray.
The script is choppy, and one would expect that when it’s based on a film that’s based on a play, as Poor Richard’s Players stages Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rope.”
Playwright and actor (“Law & Order”) Stephen Adly Guirgis takes a darkly funny riff on 12-step programs in “Den of Thieves,” now playing at the Las Vegas Little Theatre’s Fischer Black Box. The fast-paced comedy is well- directed by Ela Rose.
Some people describe it as a hidden gem in North Las Vegas. Left of Center Art Gallery and Studio, 2207 W. Gowan Road, is more than a gallery. It hosts classes, workshops and has become a second home to local artists.
Carole Altman and Camille Duskin never planned to put on a show, much less join forces for one. But they both like “I Know I Came In Here For Something …” so Altman is serving as producer and Duskin and her Gateway Arts Foundation are making it happen this weekend in Las Vegas.
The undead are expected to join monsters, ghosts and trick-or-treaters at several Henderson-area venues for family-friendly Halloween events.
In Las Vegas, Mike Miller worked as a commercial artist and cartoonist and was on the staff of the Las Vegas Review-Journal for many years. In 1982, he designed UNLV’s mascot Hey Reb! He charged the school $1 for the design and exclusive rights to it.
Ballet legend Cynthia Gregory, Nevada Ballet Theatre’s artistic coach, will receive the 63rd annual Capezio Dance Award Nov. 17 at The Smith Center. Presented annually since 1952, the Capezio Dance Award recognizes significant contributions to American dance.
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The daily schedules for the Life Is Beautiful music, food and arts festival have been announced.
To honor the state’s sesquicentennial, Nevada Conservatory Theatre is presenting David Kranes’ memory play “Nevada.”
How did Cheyenne Jackson measure up Friday for a rather full house in The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz? Let’s examine these elements in turn.
CSN’s Department of Fine Arts’ hypnotic presentation of Annie Baker’s metaphorical Obie winner “Circle Mirror Transformation” is so wholly absorbing that you won’t want it to end.
It doesn’t make much sense, but David Kranes’ play “Nevada” has never been produced in Nevada — until now. The play finally finds a home on a Silver State stage, thanks to Nevada Conservatory Theatre at UNLV.
Arts happenings around town include opera (“A Passion for Puccini” at Cabaret Jazz), theater (“Circle Mirror Transformation” at CSN), music (the St. Olaf Band) and more.
From the Rose Regatta Dragon Boat Race & Festival to the Big Shots Breast Cancer Fundraiser, Henderson-area residents find ways to have fun while raising funds to fight breast cancer.
For a weekend, Sunset Park travels back to a time of knights, jesters and jousters as the 21st annual Age of Chivalry Renaissance Festival returns Friday through Sunday.