TV Show Reviews
"From Dust to Dreams:
Opening Night at The Smith Center For The Performing Arts" review by Suzanne
September 21 on PBS
is a wonderful concert! It's much more than a concert,
actually. There is quite a bit about Las Vegas history and
music history in it, too. The show took place in Las Vegas
and has many, many great stars of the stage and screen
singing and dancing.
It really has a little something for everyone because it
has Broadway singers, old rock and country legends, and new
ones, as well. Neil Patrick Harris is a fine host,
as he has proven before.
The show starts out with Broadway tunes from West Side
Story and only gets better from there. There is also ballet
dancing, and lots of rock singers like John Fogerty, Carol
King and many more. It's great fun and really gets your feet
tapping. I was even tempted to clap a few times, since I
enjoyed it so much, forgetting I was just sitting at home in
my living room.
I don't watch a lot of PBS specials, but this is
definitely one worth catching! No matter what your
age, you will enjoy this (unless you hate music).
Everyone really brings their "A" game to this show. It's a
pretty amazing collection of talent, old and new.
buy the DVD, too! This title will be released on October
From Dust to Dreams: Opening Night at The Smith Center
For The Performing Arts
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