Light FixtureInspired by the fixture at the Metropolitan Opera, the light fixture in the Reynolds Hall ceiling has many functions. It marries design and function by avoiding sightline issues, enhancing acoustics and hiding catwalks and lighting equipment allowing for adjustments during performances unbeknownst to the audience.
BackstageThe back of the house was given just as much attention to detail as the front. This creates a unique, and comfortable environment for the artists who bring their talents to The Smith Center. There have been 457 performances and counting since The Smith Center opened in March 2012, and every performer is invited to sign the Autograph Wall backstage at Reynolds Hall.
Rhythm SectionThis intimate 250-seat club spotlights some of the world’s most gifted jazz artists and cabaret entertainers. A little bit of Dizzy’s, a little bit of Feinstein’s and a lot of sophistication will make this the nightclub for grown-ups in Las Vegas, and a place where artists will want to perform. This two story venue has a view of downtown, and a mezzanine balcony for a truly unique view of the stage.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is proud to announce the stellar lineup for the 2013-2014 Broadway Las Vegas series running August 2013 to July 2014.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Celebrates the 2012 Winter Season with the first Holiday Concert in Donald W. Reynolds Symphony Park featuring Linda Eder's Christmas Show.
In a city known for its spectacular grand openings, this one may mean more than any before it. This one is for us. For our moments. Our inspiration. And our future.
Our city has been shaped by moments. Amazing moments that have captured the whole world's attention. Now a moment is upon us that is ours. A moment for us.