Vegas Seven


  • The Bad Seed

    Majestic Repertory Theatre does a live version of the 1956 cult film about a very little girl and the people around her… who tend to wind up dead.

  • Postcard from Morocco

    Sin City Opera performs Dominick Argento’s one-act opera based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s A Child’s Garden of Verses.

  • When the Rain Stops Falling

    A family saga that moves back and forth in time from one generation to another, from 1959 to 2039, from London to Australia, following four generations of fathers and sons, their mothers, lovers and wives.

  • The Trump Card

    A staged reading of The Trump Card, Mike Daisey’s show that “tells Trump’s story from his earliest days, tracking him as he makes himself into a new American archetype—the very first rich man famous exclusively for being rich.”

  • Little Shop of Horrors

    Majestic Repertory Theatre opens its first season with an immersive production of Little Shop of Horrors, the classic black-comedy musical about a boy, a girl and a very hungry plant…

  • Macbeth

    Paranoia. Deception. Treachery. Prophecy. The Nevada Conservatory Theatre explores them all in their production of Shakespeare’s drama. Save Save

  • The Nance

    A multi-layered drama about the world of 30s burlesque, centering on Chauncey, a closeted gay man who plays “the Nance”—a flaming homosexual stereotype—on the vaudeville stage. Inevitably, the real world and the one behind the proscenium collide.

  • The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity

    This award-winning satire examines issues of race, culture and money through the prism of professional wrestling. Sure, there’s an allegory about America, but there’s also outrageous characters, a hip-hop soundtrack and, yes, actual wrestling matches.

  • Social Influence

    Nevada Ballet Theatre Discovers the Dancers and Audiences of the Future

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    When one thinks of NBT’s presence in our city, their performances at The Smith Center come to mind, but the company also reaches about 20,000 of Clark County students each year.

  • Social Influence

    Majestic Repertory Theatre Kicks off its First Season

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Downtown's newest theater company makes its debut at Alios gallery with the 1980s rock musical comedy "Little Shop of Horrors."

  • In the Blood

    A Public Fit Theater Company does a staged reading of Suzan-Lori Parks’ drama updating and adapting The Scarlet Letter.

  • Conversations

    The Mystery of Edwin Drood Is a Crowd Pleaser

    By Shannon Miller

    Rupert Holmes’ 1985 whodunit musical allows audiences to choose who the murderer is and create a unique ending for the play.

  • 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 Mystery of Edwin Drood

    Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel becomes a Victorian musical comedy.

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