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The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is located in Downtown Las Vegas’s 61-acre Symphony Park.
This world-class performing arts center consisting of three theaters in two buildings cost a remarkable $470 million opening in 2012.
This Art Deco style design is hugely impactful and is the perfect setting for world class productions.
The Smith Center features international music, and dance companies and is the home of the Las Vegas Philharmonic and Nevada Ballet Theatre.
The Reynolds Hall is a glorious temple of show business with 2050 seats. Home to Broadway musicals, this West Emd standard stage is one of the most impressive in Las Vegas.
You can find the stunning Smith Center at 361 Symphony Park Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89106.
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Located next to Downtown Las Vegas, just 5 minutes from the freeway, you can park for free or valet for $10 at productions.
There’s a wonderful bar and snack restaurant on the mezzanine offering lovely salads and sandwiches before, during and after shows.
Reynolds Hall is home to Broadway shows including Book Of Mormon, Ragtime, Elf the Musical, Beauty & The Beast and many more.
As well as the huge Reynolds Hall there’s a 258-seat Jazz cabaret style theatre for more intimate performances as well as a 250-seat Troesh Studio Theatre.
The Smith Center is a world-class performing arts facility designed to develop and present the best in theatre.
This collection of venues can both host the world’s finest performances from Broadway shows to world-class concerts, and support and encourage local artists.
This venue has brought fine art of the world to Downtown Las Vegas.
The great ambition to develop a nationally-renowned performing arts center urged The Smith Center’s design team to visit venues across North America and Europe in 2007 in order to study some of the world’s finest opera houses, concert halls and performance venues.
BY THE NUMBERS
•$150 million: Donald W. Reynolds Foundation donation
•32 Months to build The Smith Center
•1.5 million: Man-hours it will take to build
•2,600+: Construction workers building The Smith Center
•4,000: Tons of structural steel
•2,458: Tons of Indiana limestone
•29,500 lbs: Weight of bells in the Carillon tower
•170 feet: Height of Carillon tower
•47: Bells in the Carillon tower
•23: Boxes on the box tier in Reynolds Hall
•25+: Architects, engineers, designers and consultants
•373: Windows in the large hall building
•2012: The Smith Center opening
Review by Alex Belfield 8th October 2015 at The Smith Center Las Vegas.
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