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It’ll pump you up for Halloween with campy comedy, strong performances and perhaps a few scares.

Super Summer Theatre’s 'Young Frankenstein' positively electrifies

September 11th, 2017

It’ll pump you up for Halloween with campy comedy, strong performances and perhaps a few scares.

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    The word “opera” strikes fear in the hearts of many Americans. Sin City Opera has been working to change that.

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    Las Vegas Little Theatre established reliable seasons decade after decade.

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    This Hair lets its hair down early—and ours, too.

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    Post-election, this zesty tapestry functions as a defiant, multicultural wake-up roar that declares that immigration already makes America great.

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    Six capable actors portray numerous characters in this manic, take-no-prisoners send-up of Game of Thrones.

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    Fashion icon Dita Von Teese, an ageless 44, brings The Art of the Teeseback to Vegas.

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    The Butterbeer was flowing, the crowd was enthusiastic and the costumes were epic at PotterParty.

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    Also, comic Kathleen Madigan and an astronomy escape.

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    There’s a great variety of topics, from polygamy and religion to music and fairy tales.

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    If you listen to Real Estate and Yuck, Happyness is headed your way.

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    It’s a little bit X-Men, a little bit West Side Story, says its co-creator.

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    Also: New Barrick art exhibits and tastings at Epicurean Affair.

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    Director Mindy Woodhead promises that, like a rock show, it will be “a spectacle not to be missed.”

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    Don’t skip the Octopus Salteado, tender seafood drenched in a tongue-tingling romesco-lime sauce.

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    “No one stays the same,” she sings on her latest single, the title track off her upcoming album Younger Now.

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    The Wynn retreat offers one of the most spectacular seafood experiences you’ll ever have.

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    There’s something special about karaoke bars, and even more so about the folks who frequent them.

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    Los Angeles hosted the Emmy Awards but Las Vegas made one unforgettable appearance.

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    Chef Natalie Young's "Chinese and chicken joint" is closing its doors, but its kitchen is staying busy.

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    Wonderful Wonderful also has the confidence to be far more inventive than anything the band has released before.

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    The casero is the most popular ceviche—shrimp marinated in lime with avocado, onion, cucumber, cilantro and plenty of spicy bits of serrano pepper.

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    Mount Charleston, a pumpking patch, Floyd Lamb Park and more.

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    It’s a joy to stroll the gallery and see how each artist interprets the challenge of art with a limited palette.