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CVRep presents “Dirty Blonde”

Coachella Valley Rep Playhouse 68510 E. Palm Canyon Drive, Cathedral City

This hit comedy garnered five Tony Award nominations and tells the story that is as unlikely, outrageous and as fascinating as Mae West herself. Come see how this icon of the past connects two lonely fans who are brave enough to see Mae West as their personal hero. It ultimately leads to a fresh, budding, …

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$58

Palm Springs Getaway

Palm Canyon Theatre 538 North Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs

This new musical is a nostalgic romp through the popular oasis featuring glimpses of history, icons and the celebrities who made the city famous. With a collection of well-known and original songs, the show transports audiences from the early desert landscape to the vibrant and inclusive community people know and love today – and every …

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$17 – $38

The Roundtable: HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors

A weekly discussion group for long-term HIV/AIDS survivors in the Coachella Valley. This week’s topic: What are your experiences, fears and emotions related to memory and cognitive issues? Led by peer facilitators, Roundtable meetings offer a safe space to make authentic connections and build community through conversation. We meet in person on Fridays at 5:30 …

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Lez Out Loud comedy show

Runway Bar and Restaraunt 68300 Gay Resort Drive, Cathedral City

Our Jan. 25 show sold out in less than a day so we've added a second one just for you! After five sold-out shows, Mina Hartong and Lez Out Loud are back for a brand new year and a brand new show. That’s a lot of new! For our next show, we have a dinner …

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$25 – $50

Discussion on modern antisemitism

Temple Isaiah 332 West Alejo Road, Palm Springs

Rabbi Steven Rosenberg leads this discussion, in collaboration with the international education organization StandWithUs. The focus will be on battling the rising tide of antisemitism, including anti-Israel, antisemitic BDS campaigns and proliferation of Nazi imagery on school campuses, in local communities and at the United Nations. Joining Rabbi Rosenberg will be Gary Ratner, StandWithUs Senior …

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Friday dance: Dance Ranch Palm Springs

Step by Step Dance Studio 316 North Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs

Join for a great night of country western dancing, including two-step, waltz, shadow, East and West Coast swing and line dances. It all happens on Fridays at Step By Step, located at 316 N. Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs. Admission is $5. If you’re new to dancing, join at 7 p.m. for lessons. You …

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Musical: “Mid-Century Moderns”

Oscar's 125 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs

The hit Palm Springs 1960s jukebox musical is back; the sensational hits of ‘66 come to life in the delightful tale of a plucky Wisconsin widow who transforms from frump to fabulous when she finds herself at the center of modernity in Palm Springs. Coachella Valley audiences will journey back to 1966 Palm Springs, along …

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$49.95 – $69.95

Play: “Kill the Editor”

Palm Springs Cultural Center 2300 E. Baristo Rd., Palm Springs

Desert Ensemble Theatre will present the Southern California premiere of "Kill the Editor," an unrelenting and humorous exploration of the artistic process of creating a documentary for the Cannes Film Festival. The play is written by Aren Haun and features the directorial debut of Kudra Wagner. This is the second production in DET's 2022/2023 season, …

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