Cynthia Gregory doesn’t remember how many times she danced “Swan Lake’s” leading role during almost three decades as “America’s prima ballerina assoluta.”
After buying a painting of a pastoral scene for $50, the elusive Banksy donated it back to the thrift shop where he bought it Tuesday — but only after reworking it, adding a Nazi soldier to the scene.
Artists from around the world will create murals throughout downtown Las Vegas during this weekend’s Life Is Beautiful festival.
A theater ticket often doubles as a ticket to another world. And this week, local audiences have their choice of two vastly different, but equally distinctive, destinations: Mametland and Runyonland.
Technically, Halloween’s almost a week away, but the creepy clock’s already ticking with weekend haunts planned at a variety of venues.
When Broadway’s Betty Buckley played The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz last year, she focused on “Ah, Men! The Boys of Broadway” — but included one tune sung by a woman. The other woman.
Meet Betsy Lucas, who had her first ballet lesson at age 4. Nineteen years later, she’s performing with the Nevada Ballet Theatre.
This weekend’s Life Is Beautiful had the big idea to combine rock stars and culinary celebrities, and some of the musicians playing it are happy to raise a fork to the idea.
Think of it as a fun weekend outing for the family. Think of it as a way of appreciating Native American culture. Think of it, even, as an educational afternoon for the kids.