Reno Arts and Culture: March

Reno Arts and Culture: March

With warm weather in the forecast, Reno Tahoe USA is buzzing with activity and curiosity for what’s to come. Our area is lucky enough to have a growing arts and culture scene with innovative and insanely talented artists. From murals to performance art, there’s a lot to check out over the month of March.


Broadway Comes to Reno: Ragtime the Musical

The Tony Award-winning musical captures hearts of all ages. Tickets start at $49 and the show runs from March 11-13 at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts.

Top Girls

Explore the role of women in society and what being a successful woman means. Tickets start at $15 and performance dates range from March 10-20 at Laughing Owl Productions.

The Shape of Things

A play that examines explorations of love and people’s willingness to do things for love. Tickets start at $10 with shows running throughout the entire month at Brüka Theatre.


Art Displays

Souvenirs from Earth and Beautiful Soil

Two exhibits with a focus on Asian history and culture. They will be displayed concurrently at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Arts from February 26-April 8.

Tom Judd: Home on the Range

Displaying his interest in the American notion of Manifest Destiny, the obsession with the myth surrounding America’s history and his love of the epic American landscape. Exhibit open March 10-April 16 at Stremmel Gallery.

The Horse

The Nevada Museum of Art presents an exploration of the bond between man and horse throughout history with a special comprehension exhibition. See the exhibit March 5-July 3.




Arts for All Nevada offers great classes and activities throughout the year for both children and adults to try their hand at creating magnificent pieces of art. Here are a few of the classes they offer this month:

Mural Art

Calling all artists! Circus Circus Reno is on the hunt for artists to participate in their 24-Hour Mural Marathon. Through April 19, artists can submit their concepts for the chance to show off their work in downtown Reno. Find more information here.


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