City Moves

Courtney Combs and Heather Sirois-Arnold met 12 years ago while dancing in a benefit show in Chicago. When they found themselves performing together again in Phantom—The Las Vegas Spectacular, they decided to join forces. The result is City Moves, a benefit concert without the artistic restrictions of a theme. Expect to see dancing, hip-hopping and even hand-balancing by entertainers from local dance companies and top Strip productions, including Phantom, Le Rêve, Peepshow and Viva Elvis. City Moves benefits Family Promise, a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to homeless families in Southern Nevada, and Friends of Roy Horn Theatre, which uses the funds to enhance programs at CSN’s Performing Arts Center.

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