Alice Rocks, Véronic Returns

Targeting this week's most-wanted events

ALICE: A Steampunk Concert Fantasy | Photo by Michael Contreras

ALICE: A Steampunk Concert Fantasy | Photo by Michael Contreras

SHE’S BACK!

Canadian singer and impressionist Véronic DiCaire returns to Jubilee Theater in Bally’s for 14 performances of VÉRONIC Voices. The 38-year-old is known for her ability to mimic a wide range of iconic voices such as Adele, Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Celine Dion. Dion even co-produced the show. Hear her 50 voices beginning May 14. VeronicVoices.com.

NOT THE SINGER

Starting May 15, you can catch Sin City Opera’s interpretation of German composer Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel at the Winchester Cultural Center. Engelbert Humperdinck is also the name of an English pop singer, but you won’t hear his hits here. Instead, you’ll witness a “deconstructed, introspective” version of the fairy tale that emphasizes the theme of homelessness. Grim. SinCityOpera.com.

FOR ART’S SAKE

See some of the best art our city has to offer at ARTrageous Vegas. The event at the Tropicana has all bases covered: visual art, performing art, fashion design, floral art and even chocolate/sugar art. Some of the city’s best have been invited to participate, and you can take it all in May 16. ArtrageousVegas.org.

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE

A beloved childhood classic gets a dark, boisterous makeover on May 20 in ALICE: A Steampunk Concert Fantasy. The rock musical based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland turns the nonsensical tale into an immersive journey with trippy visuals and vibrant choreography. The concept might sound crazy, but “we’re all mad here,” right? HardRockHotel.com/Vinyl.

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