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Post-election, this zesty tapestry functions as a defiant, multicultural wake-up roar that declares that immigration already makes America great.

Super Summer Theatre’s ‘In the Heights’ captures the cultural zeitgeist

July 20th, 2017

Post-election, this zesty tapestry functions as a defiant, multicultural wake-up roar that declares that immigration already makes America great.

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    Also, the College of Southern Nevada’s dance troupe takes on Frankenstein.

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    Also catch RebFest at UNLV and The Art of Murder at Theatre in the Valley.

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