And to all a good Girls Night

‘Twas the morning of the debut of

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The Hunger Games to Madam Secretary to Jersey Boys – The Talent is Huge New Year’s Eve

The Smith Center was always intended to be a home for the performing arts in Las Vegas, but it turned out to be a place where

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I Teach, Therefore I Am a Performing Artist

“It’s late afternoon on a Tuesday in November, the day before Veteran’s Day, in Cabaret Jazz. For the second consecutiv

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Stripped Down with The Skivvies

While The Strip in Las Vegas brings to mind casino skylines and neon nights, “the strip” means something else to New York

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Time to meet a Donor – Les and Andi Silver

Les and Andi Rothschild Silver have an infectious enthusiasm for the performing arts and an encyclopedic knowledge of “all

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Save the Date for Tuesday, December 1 – Be a Part of the Movement!

We have a day for giving thanks, followed right away by two of the best shopping days of the year – Black Friday and Cyber

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Out of the Mouths of Babes – Talking to Keith Thompson about God Lives in Glass

For conductor and award-winning composer Keith Thomp

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In Honor of Mary Smith, Go Hogs!

Our Dee and Don Snyder Founders Room on the mezzanine level is filled with eye-catching contemporary art. It’s also home to

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Jazzy Inspiration – Q&A with Las Vegas Contemporary Dance Theater’s Bernard Gaddis

The Nov. 13 debut of Las Vegas Contemporary Dance Theater’s (LVCDT) produ

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The Elvis of Salsa and Latin Jazz – Poncho Sanchez is Latin Jazz Storyteller and Favorite Son

Drums have probably been used to communicate more than any other instrument, so it should be no surprise that percussionist <

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