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the Performing Arts makes its ballyhooed entrance downtown, immediately catapulting to the status of Grand Exalted Mystic Arts Pooh Bah, certain to eclipse though not replace the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, our longtime performing arts hub.Adjustments will have to be made.Three cornerstone series the Broadway/concert heavy New York Stage Beyond and classical arts oriented Charles Vanda Master programs at Artemus Ham Concert Hall, plus the classical guitar presentations at Doc Rando Recital Hall anchor UNLV's performing arts seasons.Certain arts properties are Nike Air Huarache Triple White

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Arts (California Institute of the Arts) as to how they program. UCLA has a World Arts program and also uses its facilities for local performance groups. . Cal Arts has programming of experimental performing works. Both of these programs are well attended by students and the community."Meanwhile, the Smith Center has booked a chockablock lineup that beyond big name touring Broadway shows ("Wicked," "Mary Poppins") that never stopped in at the university anyway includes artists for whom a Ham Hall gig would have otherwise been appropriate: Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Michael Feinstein, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Yo Yo Ma and Joshua Bell among them.(The College of Southern Nevada also has a performing arts center, largely devoted to local and regional performers and student productions, rather than marquee names its budget would be hard pressed to accommodate.)"It's very difficult to avoid duplication given their very full calendar," Henley says. "They're presenting a lot of acts that we've presented over the years. But they're also presenting some things we didn't have the technical capability to do. We can't fly scenery or hang speakers or do rigging. They're a state of the art facility."Perhaps artists skipping UNLV for the donor rich Smith Center also eases a burden for a university whose shrinking resources are tied to an ever tightening state budget."I have said it a thousand times if I've said it once, that this community owes a great debt of thanks to UNLV for providing our doses of culture along the way," Smith Center President Myron Martin says."But I know the university finds it difficult to program things that lose money and obviously for more than a decade, that's been the outcome generally, with the pressure of Ham Hall being the place you saw the New York Philharmonic or the Israeli Philharmonic or those Charles Vanda Master Series performers (including Perlman). I hope they would say that the Smith Center created an opportunity where we've relieved the pressure of them having to do those things that are very costly and at the end of the day lose money."Declining to specifically address UNLV's profit/loss balance, Henley says: "It's sometimes profitable. But it is an expense we'd like to reduce."Profit takes a significant hit however, now that Ham Hall's two long running tenants, the Las Vegas Philharmonic and Nevada Ballet Theatre, are loading their U Hauls and heading to Smith's acoustically superior, equipment friendlier Reynolds Hall for permanent residency."Those groups both started here," Henley notes. "It is emotionally difficult getting used to the idea that they won't be here anymore. For the most part it's been a good relationship between those groups and the university."More tangible is the financial dent. Each paid Ham Hall's nonprofit rental rate of $1,650 per day (one fee, even if there were both afternoon and evening shows in one day) plus labor and equipment costs. A similar rate will initially be charged by the Smith Center, though the licensing agreement is renewable annually and could eventually change.(For commercial performers, UNLV charges $2,700 per day.)With about eight performances annually combining its Masterworks and Pops series, the Philharmonic made more use of Ham Hall than Nevada Ballet Theatre lately. The dance troupe has been averaging about two presentations per season, its big, "Nutcracker" production having moved to Paris Las Vegas while its "Choreographers' Showcase" collaboration with Cirque du Soleil has been at Aria's Viva Elvis Theatre.Though high profile artists have highlighted UNLV's offerings, one benefit of the booking shift will be even more opportunities for student groups that already have a strong presence in its performance spaces."Having the new center would probably not affect attendance to student productions," USC's Scales says."Those productions usually have loyal patrons and the goal for those are to train the students who are participants in respective art programs. The public events tend to be less expensive and a bargain. If that programming is right, there should not be a negative effect."

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