'I Know I Came in Here for Something…'
“I Know I Came in Here for Something…” – the smash New York summer theater hit has audiences raving, laughing and calling this show the best show about aging. Dr. Carole Altman and the Gateway Arts Foundation.org bring this hilarious musical comedy revue to the Smith Center-Troesh Theater. Memorable songs and comedy by Carl Ritchie and Wayne Morse include “The Change,” “High School Reunion,” “Baby Boomers Blues,” “Try our Pill” and “Middle-aged Mom.” All performances include a preshow with two time Gateway Arts Foundation scholarship winner- 18 year old Las Vegas heart throb, Alex Christopher. See the play in the Troesh Studio Theater.
When: Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012
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Where: Smith Center for the Performing Arts, 361 Symphony Park Ave Las Vegas, NV, Las Vegas
Age limit: All ages
Event posted Nov. 12, 2012
Last updated Nov. 12, 2012
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