You win some, you lose some. That’s a constant in Las Vegas — and it holds just as true in the arts as it does in the casino.
Visitors are flocking to the Bellagio’s Conservatory and Botanical Gardens to get a glimpse of the Christmas and winter holiday decorations.
The latest art project at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ P3Studio is titled “Shelf Life.” But there’s not much shelf life left at the studio, which will close after “Shelf Life” completes its run Jan. 3 to help make room for a Japanese restaurant.
You’ve seen “The Wiz Live!” on TV.nNext September, you can see “The Wiz” live — onstage at The Smith Center.
Life’s a game.
Everybody wants to get into the act — especially when that act is in the circus.
Here are our picks for your five best arts and culture picks for the week ahead.
It’s a “December to Remember,” in more ways than one, on Saturday at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum.
This time last year, the funky Onyx Theatre — located inside a Commercial Center fetish shop — looked like it was about to bring down the curtain for good.
Audiences consider “The Nutcracker” a holiday tradition — for good reason.