SCENE AND HEARD
Get to know Las Vegas’ music scene a little better at Composition at Wasteland Gallery. Artist Jska Priebe painted portraits of more than 30 local noisemakers for the exhibition, which debuts March 6. Survey the art during acoustic performances by Sal Giordano, Shayna Rain and more. Facebook.com/WastelandGallery.
KETCHUP AT ONYX
The 1953 cross-dressed mess Glen or Glenda boasts a dismal 32 percent rating on RottenTomatoes.com. The Midnight Fomato Society makes it all the worse (err, better) in their stage production at Onyx Theatre on March 7. Why? You punctuate the camp by pelting cast members with foam tomatoes (Fomatos). OnyxTheatre.com.
If you can handle a little heartache, we suggest you swing by West Las Vegas Library on March 7 for Tuskegee Love Letters. Based on the book by Las Vegas local Kim Russell, the play centers on the struggles of a married African-American couple (Russell’s parents) during World War II and peacetime. LVCCLD.org.
HE SEES YOU WHEN YOU’RE SLEEPING
Artist David Colman invites you to tell St. Nick your secrets in Santa Confessional. Confess your indiscretions in exchange for an ancient Catholic-style “indulgence” to evade purgatory. Sound heavy? It’s all in good fun. Consider March 8 your last chance to whisper something scandalous to Santa … in a not-creepy way. CosmopolitanLasVegas.com.