ABOUT EAT MORE ART! VEGAS:
My father always said, "There are two kinds of people in the world - the quick, and the hungry." Lots of Las Vegas locals are hungry for live theatre and dance but we'll miss the good stuff if we don't spread the word!
With so many bright lights and crowded casinos, it is hard to find a way for local performing arts companies to make their presence known...but you are going to want to know them because they offer a wide variety of shows created by talented artists that are engaging, entertaining, and affordable. We're here to let you know what's out there, and what your friends are enjoying around town.
This site is dedicated to telling the public about events that are produced locally and independently at the college level or above. Join us for some tasty theatre treats? Your table is waiting. Dig in, go to a #vegasculture experience. It's time to be one of the quick and EAT MORE ART!
- Sarah O'Connell
Founder, EAT MORE ART! VEGAS
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THE EMAV TEAM:
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Sarah O'Connell served as the Associate Artistic Director of Impact Theatre. She holds a Master of Drama degree in Directing from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Her work has performed internationally, including several regional and world premiere productions. She is an alumnus of Director's Lab West and La Mama ETC in Umbria. In addition to teaching at UNLV and CSN, she has worked at a variety of professional companies including American Conservatory Theatre , TheatreWorks, the San Francisco Mime Troupe, and Glasgow's Theatre Cryptic. Since 2003 she has served as Artistic Director of The Asylum Theatre in Las Vegas, and co-owner of Axislights Inc, a production lighting services company. In 2015 she founded Eat More Art Vegas, a publication for Eat More Art LLC. Ms. O'Connell is an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC)
Debbie Hall has been a resident of Southern Nevada since Oct. 11, 1978, and has always supported the arts through her spoken and written word. Debbie was a broadcaster for a number of years and transitioned back into the written word in 2008. She will be providing fresh content, breaking news, and keeping readers and followers informed of the changing world of art including theater, music, dance, artists, and anything creative that feeds our very soul.
You can email Debbie at email@example.com where she welcomes all pitches, ideas, and information.
Paul Atreides is an author, playwright, and theatre critic. His work has appeared in a variety of periodicals including Night Beat and Las Vegas Review Journal.The first two books in the World of Deadheads series of paranormal humor have been picked up for traditional publication. The first, Marvin’s World of Deadheads, is due out in early 2016, and he is currently working on the third installment.His 10-minute short play, Fusion, can be read on the New York September 11 Museum and Memorial Artist’s Registry. Phallusies, a two-act comedy-drama covering everything from circumcision to prostate cancer, enjoys sold-out performances wherever it’s produced.
A familiar face to the local film community, Josh serves as a film and TV critic for a variety of publications and networks in the area.