RHYTHM IS A DANCER
Journey through the mind of a dancer in The Pink Tutu Ballet’s Shinka: The Life Cycle of a Dancer. Dance, live music, composition and spoken word are all parts of the production, so there’s no excuse to miss the event April 4 at Sammy Davis Jr. Festival Plaza. ThePinkTutuBallet.com.
WE FLY HIGH
Catch a screening of Hell’s Angels—Howard Hughes’ WWI classic that was, at one point, the most expensive movie ever made. The drama between two pilot brothers and a temptress is a far cry from the motorcycle club of the same name. See the 1930 film in all its glory at Clark County Library on April 7. LVCCLD.org.
LET’S BUILD, FAM
Help Lucky DeBellevue build his collection of woven sculptures made of pipe cleaners at P3Studio. Or help him design and arrange shapes he’ll turn into a printed piece. Either way, you have until April 12 to collaborate with the New York-based artist as part of his Collaboration/Exchange residency at the Cosmopolitan. CosmopolitanLasVegas.com.
Artist Deborah Aschheim explores Camelot in drawings made from historical photos in Kennedy Obsession. The drawings are of people responding to the presence and loss of President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. See this chilling interpretation of a lost era through June 6 at UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum. UNLV.edu.