The Smith Center

National Geographic hits the Smith Center, plus a chance to get outside and drink wine.

The Crystal Method, a visit by the U.S. Poet Laureate and more to do this week

September 27th, 2018

National Geographic hits the Smith Center, plus a chance to get outside and drink wine.

  • A&E

    He’ll be onstage at the Smith Center on September 27.

  • A&E

    An October 6 screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho will feature a live accompaniment of Bernard Herrmann’s score.

  • Music

    Currently based in Nashville, he recorded solo debut Have a Little Cry alongside notable studio musicians, such as bassist Viktor Krauss, brother of singer-songwriter Alison ...

  • Stage

    “It’s been so nice to inspire through this show, not only to inspire minorities and Latinos but just to show you can live in this ...

  • Stage

    The music is fantastic, but the real joy comes in seeing the costumes, set, dancing, acting and singing giving shape and sight to the sounds.

  • Stage

    It’s time to place the musical up there with the Statue of Liberty and Mount Rushmore.

  • A&E

    Also: Cults at the Bunkhouse, and the Phil closes out its season.

  • Music

    The former Talking Heads man chose a sequence that made use of his staging, his rhythmically oriented band and his appreciably strong voice.

  • Stage

    The show runs May 29 through June 24 inside Reynolds Hall.

  • Music

    The former Talking Heads frontman plays the Smith Center on April 18.

  • Music

    The School of Rock, The Lion King, Dear Evan Hansen and more.

  • Music

    Alternative rock fans might recognize the pianist from his reinterpretations of Radiohead, Elliott Smith and Nick Drake.

  • Industry Weekly

    The petite burlesque star with the big, soulful voice pops up all over town to support her fellow performers.

  • A&E

    Tomlin has commanded the stage for three-quarters of her life, and she isn't letting up.

  • A&E

    The legendary comedian and actress performs at the Smith Center on Saturday afternoon.

  • A&E

    Las Vegas' first lady of jazz is ready to bring another dose of Carole King hits to Cabaret Jazz.

  • Music

    The two groups hits the Hard Rock Hotel and the Smith Center within a six-day span.

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  • A&E

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  • Music

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