The space to celebrate the life of Stephen Sondheim and raise money for the Actors Fund

From “West Side Story” to “Company” to “Into the Woods”, Sondheim left the world better than he found it and for that, The Space and a variety of Las Vegas artists honor him as well. that his incomparable work with The Life of Stephen Sondheim Thursday, May 12 at 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.). A full lineup of artists for this celebration will be announced at a later date.

All tickets are $30 and are available online at 100% of proceeds will go to The Actors Fund.

In April 2020, The Space and Mondays Dark raised $120,000 for The Actors Fund at the height of the pandemic, and since Mondays Dark’s partnership with The Actors Fund began, over $1 million has been raised. distributed to the Nevada entertainment community. . This upcoming concert is another opportunity for Vegas to support this incredible organization with a celebration of one of the greatest creators of our time.

The Actors Fund is a national human services organization that promotes stability and resilience and provides a lifelong safety net for performing arts and entertainment professionals. The Fund serves everyone in film, theater, television, music, opera, radio and dance with programs including social services and emergency financial assistance, healthcare and insurance advice, affordable senior housing, and secondary employment and training services. To visit for more information.

The space is a Vegas community and charity arts complex comprised of a raw 3,000 square foot performance/event space, Black Box theater, podcast recording studio, and piano- bar with a unique view of the Strip. Since opening, The Space has hosted Tony Award winners, Grammy Award winners, private parties, comedy showcases, fashion shows and birthday parties.

As Las Vegas’ premier entertainment community and the city’s most anticipated fundraising event, Mondays Dark was founded in November 2013 by artist and philanthropist Mark Shunock. Shunock’s goal was to provide the community with a sizzling mix of entertainment, music and comedy while supporting local charities such as Opportunity Village, Nevada SPCA, Orion Cancer Foundation, Keep Memory Alive, AFAN Aid for Aids of Nevada and Habitat for Humanity to name a few. Since its launch, Mondays Dark has partnered with over 140 local charities and raised over $1.4 million, one event at a time, one ticket at a time.

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