Dan Reynolds spent two years in Nebraska on his Mormon mission. Thus, as a teenager, he promoted the very church positions he opposes in his documentary, “Believer.”
The Beatles’ transcendent music spoke words of wisdom to hundreds of smiling celebrants on a recent Friday at Henderson’s Congregation Ner Tamid.
John Bentham experienced his first living Nativity at the First United Methodist Church in Richardson, Texas, where he grew up. Now 46 and the owner of Ivory Star Productions, he has brought a living Nativity element to the annual Glittering Lights show, which his company produces.
Stephen Macht, also a Jewish chaplain, plays multiple roles in “My Name Is Asher Lev,” which Jewish Repertory Theatre of Nevada presents in a fully staged reading this weekend at Temple Sinai.
Watching the cast of “Betrayal: The Last Supper” rehearse, a thought occurs.
Jim Jones opens a random box and counts the blue towels inside.
Dine, dance and deduce at an Olde English Weekend with Sherlock Holmes planned for Saturday at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Las Vegas.