Tickets for the Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation Benefit include performance of Magique, wine and chocolate tasting and more
RENO, Nev., —AboutTownDeb and The Theatre are joining up to celebrate the magic of the holidays with a special night of wine, chocolate and grand illusions to benefit the Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation.
“Magic and hope are the perfect way to celebrate and give back at the same time as we gather together for this magical night to benefit Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation,” said Debbie McCarthy of AboutTownDeb. “The best part is your donations will be doubled by the William N. Pennington Foundation now through February 4, 2022, so that means double the holiday magic for all the families served by this incredible organization, which I hold close to my heart.”
Tickets start at $65 and are available at BestShowInReno.com/NNCCF for the Saturday, Dec. 11 event. Each ticket includes wine tasting from Crystal Basin Cellars and AboutTownDeb red blend, delicious samples from Dorinda’s Chocolates, a raffle ticket for incredible prizes, admission to Magique, a stage spectacular starring renowned international illusionists Kevin & Caruso, and a behind-the-scenes tour and meet and greet after the show.
Doors open at 6 p.m. for wine and chocolate tasting; the show starts at 8 p.m.
The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation (NNCCF) has provided help, hope, and courage to local families affected by childhood cancer since 2000. It is the only nonprofit in the region solely dedicated to childhood cancer. It is their mission to enhance the quality of life for children with cancer and their families by providing financial assistance and compassionate support programs, all while advocating for increased research funds and raising public awareness.
Kevin & Caruso’s Magique is staged and directed by seven-time “Show of the Year” award recipient, Mistinguett, and is loaded with stunning special effects, dazzling costumes, a catchy soundtrack, multimedia backdrops, synchronized lighting and grand illusions. Shows are every Saturday night from 8 to 9:30 p.m.
The Theatre is located at 505 Keystone Ave, just off I-80 in the Keystone Square shopping center. Ample free parking is available. For tickets or more information, visit wethetheatre.com or call 775-234-2112.
Contact Debbie McCarthy at 775-741-2596 or AboutTownDeb@Gmail.com to schedule interviews with AboutTownDeb and NNCCF.