It was a night of fun and glamour at Puttin’ on the Glitz at the Liberace Mansion to benefit its neighbor, Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting homeless youth in Southern Nevada.

The unique, Liberace-themed event included art, live music, both live and silent art auctions, a raffle, champagne and hors d’oeuvres crafted by Mark Sandoval, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas head culinary chef. There were exclusive performances by Broadway in the Hood, currently in its second season at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, and award-winning pianist Wes Winters. Guests also toured the mansion where Liberace once called home and across the street from the NPHY Drop-In Center.

Photography by Kevin Cannon and Miriam Umhoefer

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