The Nutcracker


This sto­ried hol­i­day tra­di­tion comes to breathtaking life cour­tesy Ne­vada Bal­let The­atre and its artis­tic di­rec­tor James Canfield. Called "the most vis­ually beau­ti­ful pro­duc­tion ever staged in Reynolds Hall” by lo­cal news­pa­per the Las Ve­gas Sun, The Nutcracker is truly the stuff of dreams, played out on stage—in Can­fields Vic­to­rian-in­spired ver­sion, a won­drous world of ex­ag­ger­ated per­spec­tives in­tro­duces au­di­ences to a fly­ing rock­ing horse, waltz­ing flow­ers and doors and grand­fa­ther clocks that tower more than 15 feet tall. At the Smith Cen­ter, (702) 749-2000


as our Rebels will fail to make a bowl game. This game pits the 6th team from the Pac-12 against the win­ner of the Moun­tain West Con­fer­ence Cham­pi­onship game. While it is not a New Year’s day game, it al­ways makes for an ex­cit­ing match-up. USC beat Fresno State last year pretty hand­ily and the PAC-12 rep­re­sen­ta­tive wants to con­tinue the win­ning trend in Las Ve­gas. Sam Boyd Sta­dium, (702) 739-3267

Our UNLV Rebels want to give their fans an early Christ­mas present when they wel­come the Ari­zona Wild­cats to the Thomas & Mack. The Rebels have made a point of sched­ul­ing a non­con­fer­ence sched­ule, and that is ev­i­dent in play­ing Ari­zona just three days after tak­ing on another PAC-12 op­po­nent Utah. All this Rebel fan wants for Christ­mas is for UNLV to have a good sea­son and an early sea­son win against one of the best teams in the coun­try is all I could ask for. Thomas & Mack Cen­ter, (702) 739-3267

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