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The Las Vegas Contemporary Dance Theater fifth anniversary

The Las Vegas Contemporary Dance Theater, Las Vegas First contemporary dance company, celebrates five years of excellence in dance, and kicks off their Spring 2012 Concert Series at the Smith Center for one night only. Founding Artistic Director Bernard H. Gaddis will showcase a stellar program that will include Ulysses Dove “Vespers”, Milton Myers “Variations” “Lifted” by Rennie Harris and “Metamorphosis II” by Bernard H. Gaddis as well as a Las Vegas Favorite “Opulence.”

When: Tuesday, May 29, 2012
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Where: Smith Center for the Performing Arts, 361 Symphony Park Ave Las Vegas, NV, Las Vegas

Cost: $27 - $65

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Dance, Downtown

Event posted May 14, 2012
Last updated May 29, 2012

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