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Disorienting, overwhelming and so much damn fun.

Rose. Rabbit. Lie.’s ‘Vegas Nocturne’ is a parade of twisted thrills

April 16th, 2014

Disorienting, overwhelming and so much damn fun.

  • This version of Mamet's play moves quickly, but it's still about a man who destroys his own life in one night.

  • Inspired by a dream, the contradictory idea of a magician shipwrecked in the desert snapped into place.

  • NCT went with a modern take on a classic tale to create a production for the ages.

  • Nineteenth century drama AND zombies. You're intrigued.

  • This production boasts plenty of showmanship and humor, but not quite as much emotional depth as there should be.

  • The performing arts complex announced its 2014-15 Broadway Las Vegas season today.

  • Green Valley High School was chosen by the Broadway musical's licensing agency to debut the non-professional edition of the beloved play.

  • It's a lot of great little moments that never add up to anything big.

  • “Opening the theater and getting our first season on its feet presented a lot more challenges than any of us could have ever anticipated.”

  • Hey, he was Denny Crane. He's got our attention.

  • Some great acting and production, but overall it's wanting.

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