Tennessee Williams' Orpheus Descending at Las Vegas Little Theatre
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The last date listed for Tennessee Williams' Orpheus Descending was Friday January 25, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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The hills will definitely be alive with The Sound of Music at this interactive screening of the film favorite, featuring a fancy dress competition, sing-along subtitles, a "magic moments" fun pack and more. The evening's host leads you through all the pre-show activities, including a vocal warm-up and a primer on when to boo and throw your provided props at the screen (when Nazis appear) and when to cheer (uh ... when Julie shows up). Then you'll enjoy this classic movie in all its Technicolor glory on the big screen and sing along to memorable Rodgers & Hammerstein tunes like "Favorite Things," "Edelweiss," "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" and the title song. Costumes are strongly encouraged, of course, so break out the lederhosen and enjoy this participatory event. Learn More
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In Orpheus Descending, a young charismatic musician descends on a small Southern town. He forms a relationship with a passionate woman with a tragic past who is trapped in a bad marriage. The play exhibits many of Williams’ typical themes: loneliness and desire, sexuality and repression, the longing for freedom. Violence lurks just below the surface, and it bursts into the open at the play’s end.