A play within a play and the audience is given a front-row seat to the creative process.
Timing and mechanics matter as much as mood in comedy as well as horror.
John Tomasello’s latest so-bad-it’s-good offering is a fantastically funny, cathartic—and interactive—experience.
The show pulls out the stops to create a WWII thriller.
It's an easy pairing with a bite out.
From Super Summer Theatre to Las Vegas Little Theatre, and everything in between.
Troy Heard, theater rebel: The man generates material at a ferocious rate, and seems fearless when it comes to experimenting with old and new. Right ...
A Serial nod, reused material and a Vegas tribute. But did he dance?!
And with a sly sense of humor even in its darkest moments, the show isn't all horror.
Musical theater junk food.
Steve Wynn's roaring, if safe revue works—mostly.
Be very afraid ... and entertained.
Weekly's theater critic picks his favorite shows of the year.
For weeks, rumors of the Onyx’s demise have been circulating ...
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- Las Vegas
What began as a rumor this month is now official: the Las Vegas tourism authority is moving forward with plans to purchase the Riviera so ...
In the shadow of the Strip, the jumbled stretch of road tells another Vegas story.
David Siegel saw Elvis' comeback at the old Las Vegas Hilton. "Little did I know ... I’d be buying the hotel, but it does feel ...
"You have to work to be noticed. ... Maybe I should change the name of my show to Cirque du So Gay.”
Also, a unique beer dinner takes over Mandalay Bay and Delano this month.
- Breaking News
Someone hacked into Burning Man's website and snapped up the first batch of tickets to the summer festival. Now organizers are trying to figure out ...
- Chinese New Year
Celebrate the Year of the Goat by checking out some of the Strip's impressive offerings.
- Lake Mead
The National Recreation Area is encouraging the public to weigh in on the fee increases through March 11. Find the details here.
- As We See It
“It’s kind of built like the Fort Knox of Las Vegas."
A neighborhood restaurant operated by nightclub folk could be a disaster, but Lucky Foo's is the farthest thing from it.
Also, gay nightlife fest Matinee ups its game in 2015.
At Billy's, pork is put on a pedestal courtesy of a “competition-style” rub that uses many flavors stacked together.
Desyree Alberganti is leaving the Downtown favorite she helped create.
This new restaurant’s location could be an obstacle, but the food is good enough to overcome it.
Scrum's the word.
Weekly Burning Man meet-ups, a curated craft beer selection and video games projected on the wall—Phoenix isn't your typical gay bar.
"This is about people at different stages in their lives reflecting on a sentimental shared experience."
The prestigious annual chef and restaurant awards include more Las Vegas semifinalists than in years' past.
Also, Rhumbar gets a face-lift.
Also: Mandalay Bay's Beach Concert Series.