“In the Dark” was slated to open in March but was scrapped because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“The Boys Who Woke Up Early,” veteran Las Vegas journalist A.D. Hopkins’ debut novel, won a prestigious prize.
Federal funding, part of the CARES Act, will assist programs including the Rainbow Company Youth Theatre.
Left of Center Art Gallery features works by Effie Loves and Priscilla Fowler Fine Art hosts a group show, among other exhibits on display.
Group co-founder Andrew Tierney says, “There was nothing else we could do,” as Human Nature leaves Venetian.
Producer Hanoch Rosenn says, “Most of the cases we have had are not from theaters, but mainly from buses and parties, wedding ceremonies where people are dancing with each other.”
According to reports, if Cirque lenders’ effort is turned back, the group would ask to replace Lamarre as Cirque’s CEO and as a board member, along with the rest of the board.
The book is the second insider account in as many months following the release of former national security adviser John Bolton’s bestseller last month.
The $25,000 awards will bring more music, reading and drama into children’s lives.
For those looking for a sustainable and stylish alternative to the pale blue disposable mask, here are seven Las Vegas retailers and seamstresses who are selling unique and handmade masks locally.