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

‘Sex Tips,’ Joel McHale, Shonen Knife and more stuff to do this week

May 25th, 2017

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

  • Stage

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

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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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    More you can’t ask of a musical bereft of musical soul.

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    A tough festival choice: Indian or ’Ohana?

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    “Women are funnier,” says director Lysander Abadia.

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    Also, the College of Southern Nevada’s dance troupe takes on Frankenstein.

  • A&E

    Also catch RebFest at UNLV and The Art of Murder at Theatre in the Valley.

  • Stage

    White Rabbit, Red Rabbit will be performed on consecutive Thursdays at five local theaters.

  • A&E

    An American in Paris continues at the Smith Center and the Las Vegas Baroque Festival lands at UNLV.

  • Stage

    Crisply paced by director Clarence Gilyard, this Nevada Conservatory Theatre/Cockroach Theatre co-production adapts Ayad Akhtar’s 2013 Pulitzer winner.

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    Plus, the Dispensary Lounge is hosting a Twin Peaks cosplay mixer.

  • Intersection

    A year ago, neither Downtown nor Midtown had any neighborhood theaters. Now both will have some of the most lux cinemas in the Valley.

  • Stage

    Broadway has seen its share of puppets, but Hand to God takes them to a new realm.

  • Music

    It's both straight ahead and meta, breaking the fourth wall to tell a story about standing up for oneself.

  • Stage

    Between the caustic put-downs of celebrity culture and classic door-slamming of farce, there are moments of genuine heart.

  • Intersection

    Long part of the university's V-Day tradition, the play will be produced on campus for the last time on Saturday.

  • Stage

    “In the beginning of the play, we have a tendency to be very judgmental of the mother. By the end of the play you don’t ...

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    Penn Jillette—Strip headliner, TV personality and podcaster extraordinaire—effortlessly engaged the audience.

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    The country trio is set for eight shows in October at the Venetian Theatre.

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    The Vegas alt-rock quartet—along with producer Jacknife Lee (U2, Snow Patrol)—recently concluded six weeks of work.

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