Nine Inch Nails, ‘Love’s Labour Lost,’ a comedy film fest and more to do this week

Fedde Le Grand hits Marquee on November 30.
  • Natasha Tretheway at Writer's Block

    It’ll be a poetic super-summit when Clark County poet laureate Vogue Robinson chats up U.S. poet laureate Natasha Tretheway about the latter’s most recent work. November 29, 7 p.m., reservations required & available at bit.ly/2zn2IrI. –Mike Prevatt

  • Comedy World Network International Film Festival at Regency Tropicana Cinemas

    Enjoy more than 150 funny independent features, shorts and more. $35 per day, $99 weekend pass. November 29-December 2 –Geoff Carter

  • Fedde Le Grand at Marquee

    After touring all summer, Le Grand dropped his “Monsta’s Got Me Dancing for Years” remix package just before Halloween, featuring tracks touched by John Christian, Reebs, Dom Tronic and others. Catch him Friday night at Cosmo. November 30, 10:30 p.m., $20-$30. –Brock Radke

  • Nine Inch Nails at The Joint

    Maybe you missed Trent Reznor’s alt-rock heroes when they sold out the same Hard Rock Hotel venue three times in June, or maybe you’re a superfan who catches the band every time it’s in Vegas. Either way, with shoegazing favorites The Jesus and Mary Chain signed up to support, now’s a great time to get closer to Nails once again. With HMLTD. November 30 & December 1, 8 p.m., $68-$74. –Spencer Patterson

  • Love's Labour Lost at UNLV'S Judy Bayley Theatre

    A royal vow of fasting, chastity and study comes to a halt with the arrival of the alluring Princess of France and her ladies-in-waiting in this Shakespeare comedy. Expect wordplay, disguises and witty fun. Times vary, November 30-December 9, $25. –C. Moon Reed

  • A Classic Holiday at Reynolds Hall

    Enter a winter wonderland with the Las Vegas Philharmonic and a number of guest vocalists, performing favorites like “Deck the Halls,” “White Christmas” and “Hanukkah Suite” at the Smith Center. 2 & 7:30 p.m., $30-$105. –C. Moon Reed

  • Florida Georgia Line at Zappos Theater

    Right on time for rodeo week, pop-country headliner Florida Georgia Line (“Meant to Be”) opens Saturday at Planet Hollywood’s big room. The “limited residency” continues December 7, 8 and 11. With Mason Ramsey, Canaan Smith. December 1 & 5, 8 p.m., $39-$149. –Brock Radke

  • Parade The Collective at Core Contemporary Gallery

    With six Las Vegas Strip shows currently in production and an ownership stake in a seventh (Blue Man Group), Cirque du Soleil’s local footprint amounts to a small army of creatives. They seem pretty happy in their jobs, but if you do the same thing day-in and day-out—even if that thing is the most amazing acrobatic feat someone from the Midwest has ever seen—you’re likely to start feeling stuck in a rut. You’ll feel the need to sharpen your chops, to swerve out of your lane.

    That’s where PARADE The Collective, now in its 13th year, comes into play. A group show comprised of Cirque performers and crew, PARADE allows Cirque’s many talents to indulge their love of painting, photography, sculpture, costuming and multimedia art. Tell you what: Just check out the opening night reception on December 6 at 6:30 p.m. and mingle with the artists and crew members themselves. Like all Cirque productions, PARADE makes much more sense if you just commit to jumping in at the deep end. December 1-29, Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., free. –Geoff Carter

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