The Queen of Broadway: Q&A with Chita Rivera

The name Chita Rivera remains the stuff of legends on Broadway. The world-famous danger, singer and actress has originated se

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Comedian Battles Hero on Stage

When actor/comedian Steve Solomon first started out on stage, he dreamed of making it as big as his idols – especially come

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Guest Blog: John Kats’ Favorite Cabaret Jazz Moments

By John Katsilometes, entertainment reporter with the Las Vegas Review-Journal   In the weeks leading to the openi

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Cirque Professional Volunteers at The Smith Center

Scott Clish is no stranger to bringing people wonder and awe. From his college days operating rides at Disneyland, to work

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Vegas Couple Finds Peace of Mind with Planned Giving

When Las Vegas resident Judy and her husband Ben decided they wanted to leave their resources in a trust to something they be

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The Phantom is the Mann

No doubt, Chris Mann says, the greatest challenge of his acting and singing career was playing the Phantom in more than 700 p

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Teaching the Arts to Children with Autism

Seated in a semicircle, a cluster of children gazed expectantly at the woman before them as she smiled and thumped an African

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Smith Center Employees By Day, Star Performers By Night

Many arts lovers will likely visit The Smith Center soon for shows with dazzling melodies and dance numbers, such as "Somethi

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Steve March-Tormé and His Famous Fathers

The most common question singer/songwriter Steve March-Tormé fields is how his father, jazz icon Mel Tormé, influenced his

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From Second City to the Sisterhood

Ask Nonie Newton-Riley to recall a classic moment of audience interaction during one-woman comedy show “Sister’s Easter C

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