Seating up to 250, Troesh Studio Theater offers a versatile space ideal for engaging performances best enjoyed up close. Housing a wide range of shows such as classical ensemble performances, dramatic plays and stand-up comedy, this venue is guaranteed to provide an immediate, immersive entertainment experience.
Both floor and tiered seating sections allow audience members two options to enjoy their entertainment experience. Beverages can be purchased in the lobby bar and brought into the theatre, including specialty cocktails, beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks.
Seating is general admission within the two seating sections.
Copy A slightly sideways tale about unexpected friendship, finding where you fit and learning to mix it up a little. In Mort’s Village everything has its place, every day is the same and everyone likes it that way. Until one morning, crash, boom, bang… down comes Beep....LEARN MORE
McGivney will discuss her experience writing Pure Land and explore how a relationship to wild places can heal the wounds of family violence and trauma. Part true crime and part memoir, Pure Land is the story of the most brutal murder in the history of Grand Canyon and of the author's personal journey as she became connected to both the victim and the perpetrator....LEARN MORE
The Daughter of the Regiment, by Gaetano Donizetti is Vegas City Opera’s first presentation at the Smith Center. This cheeky 90-minute comedy will feature operatic legend and Vegas local, Luana Devol, as the Marquise of Berkenfield, long lost mother of the delightful Marie (Athena Mertes) who was raised by the regiment battalion and longs to marry the peasant turned officer, Tonio (Ryan Glover). Local star-of-stage Randal Keith will join the cast as the lovable Sulpice, leader of the regiment....LEARN MORE
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Spotlight on Beethoven, Mozart and Friends
Curated by: Stephen Caplan, Principal Oboe
A delightful evening of chamber music featuring works from Bach, Britten, Beethoven, Mozart and more! ...
Wilde Creatures was created in 2017 as part of a year-long celebration of Oscar Wilde at London’s Vaudeville Theatre. When we were asked to be part of the season, we thought back to one of Tall Stories’ very first shows back in 1997 - The Happy Prince and Other Stories – and decided to revisit some of Oscar Wilde’s classic fairy tales....LEARN MORE