The children’s play “The Lion Who Wouldn’t,” now at Henderson’s Theatre in the Valley, charms through its use of commedia dell’arte to tell a simple parable about being yourself.
It’s said that you always remember your first car. Perhaps that’s why owning a classic vehicle is so popular.
If it has wheels and a motor, Las Vegas resident Misha Munoz is probably interested.
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Most people know a nice car when they see one, but “gearheads” work on a different level.
The newly formed First Friday Foundation recently took over the monthly arts event, with board members holding their inaugural meeting July 1.
Day two of Comic-Con was filled with fan-favorite properties from the very first panel in the morning with “The Big Bang Theory” until the sun set in San Diego, as “Star Wars” took over downtown.
Five enchanting Southern belles stuck in a 1980s sitcom are transported to the present day through the magic of reality television in “Re-Designing Women,” a drag parody now at the Onyx Theatre.