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  • Bring on the Bad Guys: Majestic Rep Season Launch Party

    The Majestic Repertory Theater will launch its 2016-17 season with a party celebrating Stan Lee’s Marvel villains so that’s two reasons to come in costume. Drinks, raffles and prizes

  • Both Eyes Open

    A multidisciplinary chamber opera by Max Giteck Duykers and Philip Kan Gotands that examines the Japanese internment during World War II and its aftermath. First in a series with Nevada Encounters Of New Music.

  • The Bomb-itty of Errors

    A hip-hop adaptation of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors with four actors and a live DJ. If you dig Hamilton, this might be up your alley… Save Save

  • The Cat’s Meow

    An immersive theater production at the Velveteen Rabbit bar, The Cat’s Meow is a Jazz Age murder mystery with movie stars, media moguls, gossip columnists, hookers and Charlie Chaplin.

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    The Lady Is a Vamp

    By Hubble Smith

    Laura Shaffer personifies the music she brings to the stage at Tuscany Suites.

  • Lisa Lampanelli Hits Lipshtick

    Comedy’s “Queen of Mean” proves why she’s held down her throne at Comedy Central’s Roast for years.

  • Call of the Wild Burlesque

    Absinthe’s Green Fairy, Melody Sweets presents a night of jungle burlesque and wild entertainment. With Trixie Little, Wassa Coulibaly, Scotty the Blue Bunny, Captain Kidd, Mr. & Mrs. G. and Lijana Wallenda. Save

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    Puppet Up! Returns the Creators of the Muppets to Their Dangerous, Try-Anything Roots

    By Geoff Carter

    The new Henson Alternative-produced show—debuting at the Venetian—marries the antic style of the Muppets to straight-up improvisation.

  • Debbie Does Dallas

    The 70s porn classic becomes a millennial musical. Small-town girl Debbie dreams of becoming a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. But how will she raise the money to get to the audition? Her friends have some interesting ideas…. Save

  • IDAHO!

    Usually musicals appear on Broadway and eventually arrive at the Smith Center, but IDAHO! is making the trip in the opposite direction. The comedy musical about three couples and their adventures in frontier territory is testing out tunes like “Heck It’s a Helluva Day” and  “Boise’s Jist As Noise As Kin Be!” Come out and […]

  • A Few Good Men

    Magnolia Productions stages Aaron Sorkin’s hit drama about the trial of two Marines. Can you handle the truth?

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    Say Willkommen to Cabaret at the Smith Center

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Cabaret may be a play set in the 1930s that was written in the 1970s, but it sure is timely for 2016.

  • Cabaret

    The Roundabout Theater’s production of Cabaret comes to the Smith Center. Tunes like “Wilkommen” and “Money Makes the World Go Round” accompany the tale of flapper Sally Bowles, who tries to lead a life of “divine decadence” as the Weimar Republic crumbles and the Nazis rise. A memorable, intense night at the theater.   Saturday […]

  • Decades Apart: Reflections of Three Gay Men

    The Ryan Repertory Company’s multimedia performance about the changing world of gay American men examines the lives of Bob, Patrick and Danny in the 70s, 80s and 90s.

  • Dreamgirls

    The award-winning musical about a female R&B group comes to the Smith Center. It’s a saga of heartbreak and hit records and, as always, “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” will bring the house down.

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