Southwestern Presents Godzilla Eats Las Vegas Musical

Southwestern Adventist University is proud to present Godzilla Eats Las Vegas: a Musical of the Atomic Age. The two-part event will feature SouthGodzilla (Webmail)western Wind Symphony performance at 8 p.m. in Wharton Auditorium located on the corner of Magnolia Street and Old Betsy, and an interactive movie at 9 p.m. in Evans Hall located on the corner of Elm and E. Hillcrest.

Special performances for the event will feature: Timothy Stowell with “Flight of the Bumble Bee,” a flute solo performed by Erika Martinez and Ryan De La Garza with “smooth.” Dr. Steve Jones, professor of history at Southwestern Adventist University will uncover the little-known reasons why Godzilla gained such a celebrity status in the Atomic Age.

Admission for Godzilla Eats Las Vegas is one can of food to benefit Johnson County Food Bank.

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