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Hope 7: An Afternoon of Classical Ballet
Published on Wed, Aug 6, 2014 (4:33 p.m.)The 7th annual charity show of the Hope ballet is back. Former Phantom dancer, Erina Noda and others from a variety of Las Vegas shows, The Nevada Ballet Theater will be gifting their talent to help Family Promise of Las Vegas and the Nevada Conservatory Theatre raise valuable funding for their programs. The Hope 7 Ballet Benefit will be presented on Sunday, August 24, 2014 at 2 p.m. at the Judy Bayley Theater on the campus of UNLV.
The Hope shows started in 2008 with Family Promise advocates, Las Vegas performer, Bruce Ewing and “Phantom” cast member Erina Noda as way of giving back to the community. In this seventh year, Hope continues to entertain audiences with a variety of singing, dancing, and laughter, while benefiting in-crisis and homeless families.
Tickets are just $12. For more information, call the UNLV Performing Arts Center Box Office at 702-895-2787 (ARTS) or visit familypromiseLV.com/events
For interviews with Erina Noda and/or Bruce Ewing, please contact Family Promise director Terry Lindemann at:
About Family Promise
Family Promise of Las Vegas is dedicated to ending homelessness one family at a time because everyone should have a home.
Family Promise of Las Vegas is a nonprofit organization that partners in a community wide interfaith collaboration with congregations of all faiths. We are not a religious organization -- we seek to engage the interfaith community in solutions for assisting homeless children and parents return to stable lives with living wage employment and affordable housing. Family Promise of Las Vegas is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization (tax ID # 88-0352350).
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