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"What's Going On" features the music of Marvin Gaye Nov. 2-4. "No Guarantees," composed by music professor Cynthia Lee Wong, is Nov. 16-17.
This Performing Arts Center concert is sponsored by the Lawrence Livingston Downs Trust.
The Washington Post raves that the trio plays with "such power and sweeping passion."
Known as one of the most versatile drummers in the business, his experience includes big band, blues, rock, Latin, fusion, and more.
Yoga teacher Grace is confronted with a breast cancer diagnosis, forcing her to rediscover the yoga principles she has taught for years.
Arthur Miller’s searing 1953 commentary on McCarthysim focuses on Salem, Massachusetts, in the 1690s. It runs through Oct. 28.
This biennial concert celebrates the longstanding partnership between two great institutions of dance — UNLV Dance and Korea National Sport University.
Royal plays his “grown-up lullabies” in New York’s subways to connect with the city's commuters. But, you can hear his jazzy, poppy brand of crossover right here in Las Vegas.
Join us for a celebratory evening honoring the Las Vegas arts community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture.
The concert celebrates the release of their latest CD, "Fascinating Rhythm/Latin Journey III."
An acclaimed filmmaker, del Toro won a best director Oscar in 2018 for The Shape of Water. Tickets are free and available starting at 10 a.m. Sept. 29.
Goryachev, renowned for his musical sensitivity and virtuosity, performs in the Rando-Grillot Recital Hall.
Oscar Wilde's sparkling comedy runs through Oct. 7 in the Judy Bayley Theatre.
This unique mechanical interpretation of the story of the traditional circus creates a welcoming place — like the big top welcomes us all.
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The members of the string quartet launching UNLV's annual Charles Vanda Master Series on Saturday plan to catch Britney Spears' "Piece of Me" at Planet Hollywood during their Vegas visit.
From classical musicians to circus acrobats, performers from around the world will take the stage(s) during UNLV's 2015-16 Performing Arts Center season.