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By the time she turned 30, “Vegas! The Show” dancer Lauren Clark had undergone a lumpectomy, six rounds of chemotherapy and a double mastectomy. Through it all, she kept dancing.
The Smith Center will present its first-ever sensory-friendly performance of a Broadway production in a collaboration with Disney’s “The Lion King.”
Your weekend is full of surprises, Las Vegas.
Fashion goes on Parade — Parade the Collective, that is — when “Haute Neon Nights” joins Cirque du Soleil’s annual employee art exhibit with a one-night fashion show at 8 p.m.
“I never thought we’d grow old … I thought we could dance like that forever,” says the female half of the old couple on the park bench.
With Easter weekend comes perfect weather and there’s plenty to do outside in Las Vegas weekend. Start with an eggs Benedict brunch and then head to one of Las Vegas’ Easter egg hunts or drive to Logandale for the Clark County Fair.
Neon Reverb has descended on Las Vegas this weekend. Check out indie bands from all genres, and from near and afar, taking over downtown Las Vegas’ bars and concert venues.
Performers from multiple Cirque du Soleil shows and other MGM shows helped provide entertainment for those giving blood at T-Mobile Arena Monday.
It starts with a familiar robotic voice booming from Disneyland’s speakers. Fans shuffle onto the sidewalk by the Matterhorn Bobsleds where the parade begins, around the Walt Disney and Mickey statue in front of the Cinderella Castle, and down Main Street.