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5 Las Vegas Winter Plays

Las Vegas, a city filled with sparkle, endless culinary delights and a chance to roll the dice at every turn, is also a destination to enjoy the arts. Whether you seek a belly chuckle, thought provocation or a 90’s parody jam session, these five Las Vegas winter plays have you covered. 

Feb. 21 to Feb. 24: Dixie’s Tupperware Party

Expect a rip-roaring full-on belly chuckle good time at Dixie’s Tupperware Party at the Smith Center in Downtown Las Vegas. Dixie Longate is the star of her stage, delivering gum-popping fast talk and demonstrations of the many uses of Tupperware. The show is filled with funny stories, heartfelt moments reflecting moments of a pre-TikTok shop era and audience participation. Guests can even purchase Tupperware at the show and take a bit of nostalgic history home with them.
Cost: Starting at $50 per person.

Feb. 23 to Feb. 25: Nevada Conservatory Theatre: Shorts – A Festival of Short Plays

A short play is nimble, a short play sparks a thought and a series of short plays in one evening inspires and ignites a wave of creative enjoyment. Join the Nevada Conservatory Theatre for an evening you won’t forget at the Alta Ham Fine Arts-Black Box Theatre at the University of Las Vegas. 
Cost: $30 per person; $15 for UNLV students.

Feb. 23 to March 30, Select Dates: Scream’d: An Unauthorized Musical Parody 

Flash back to the 90’s for the night at Scream’d: An Unauthorized Musical Parody during this Las Vegas winter play at the award-winning Majestic Repertory Theatre. You’ll be jamming to the pop playlist and a live rock band and laughing until you cry. Add in a little heart racing from the suspenseful thrill, and you’ll be hashtagging ultimate fun night out in Las Vegas on your IG. 
Cost: General admission, $49.95; VIP, $59.95.

March 1 to March 17, Select Dates: Ripcord

Las Vegas Little Theatre welcomes guests to Ripcord, an entertaining drama-filled realm at Briston Place Senior Living Facility. A cantankerous resident Abby is forced to share her coveted sunny room on the upper floor with new-arrival Marilyn. Essentially an elderly Regina George vs. Cady Heron pursuit. The competition quickly escalates with scenes unfolding with a wicked sense of humor.
Cost: $30.

March 8 to March 24, Select Dates: POTUS

Vegas Theatre Company will host POTUS on select dates from March 8 to March 24. Theatre-goers will take a journey to Washington D.C. to witness the jaw-dropping behind-closed-doors drama of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The story line heats up when the president spins a public relations nightmare into a global crisis. Seven brilliant women save the day, the president of the United States and liberty in this Las Vegas winter play.
Cost: $40.

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