Johnny Mathis: Legendary Crooner of "Misty" and "Chances Are"
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The last date listed for Johnny Mathis was Friday May 30, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from William P.
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Although Mathis voice is not strong (but doing well for a 78-year-old), still quite a nostalgia trip to hear his distinct delivery, and we enjoyed the performance. Not so much the venue. Although we purchased tickets nearly a month prior, we were seated in the last row of the balcony, the last row in the house. Balcony is on the fifth floor and is reached by two narrow stairwells and two small elevators serving all five floors. Exiting is a nightmare with a full house of 2000. Further problem with the parking getting 1000 cars out two single file exits. Moral of the story: don't buy the balcony and be prepared to spend half an hour departing.
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Would have enjoyed the show better had we not been assigned terrible seats in the second to the last row of the smith center.
Seat tickets were not what we were promised by Goldstar.
Actual price of tickets at box office were less than what we...continued
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Before ground had even been broken in Symphony Park, The Smith Center was projected to make history with this new cultural complex in Southern Nevada; it would enable Southern Nevada to take its place on an international stage, celebrating artistic excellence, education and culture from around the world.
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. After they toured multiple historic venues including Palais Garnier in Paris, the Musikverein in Vienna and La Scala in Milan, they came together to collaborate their findings and design The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.