Opportunity Village clients will showcase their talents onstage at the organization’s 7th Annual Spring Performing Arts Concert, OVation, on Thursday, May 25 at 6 p.m. at the Opportunity Village Ralph and Betty Engelstad Campus located at 6050 S. Buffalo Drive.
The concert, emceed by local KTNV News Anchor Beth Fisher, will showcase a collection of music and dances representing a variety of styles and themes throughout the decades, performed by individuals in Opportunity Village’s Fine and Performing Arts Program.
“This annual concert provides individuals in Opportunity Village’s Fine and Performing Arts Program the opportunity to express their creativity and show off their talents onstage in front of their friends, family and the community,” said Sarah Quinn, manager of the Opportunity Village Fine and Performing Arts Program. “They truly light up the stage as they perform various routines that include a combination of dancing, singing, theatre and more.”
OVation is a free concert open to the public with food and beverages available for purchase. For more information about OVation please contact Sarah Quinn at (702) 262-1515.