To the Historic Boulder Theatre in Boulder City, Nevada. I'm Amy and I'll be your virtual tour guide through this web site. Thank You for finding us and please feel free to contact me with any questions about our beautiful Theatre.
My husband, Desi Arnaz, Jr., purchased the Boulder Theatre in 1997 and brought it back to life after being on the brink of extinction. We love our community and the Theatre has given us the opportunity to support our community by presenting events that bring hundreds of people into town. Once here, many folks dine in our restaurants, shop in our quaint Old Town district and stay overnight at the Historic Boulder Dam Hotel.
For Desi and I, Boulder City is like Brigadoon ~ a glimmering light from the past. Please look around our site and come see a show. I will be in the lobby to greet you personally. Thanks again.
- Amy Arnaz -
Tribute Ceremony for Miss Amy
March 6th. Click for more infomation.
Amy Laura Arnaz, age 63, of Boulder City, passed away Jan. 23, 2015, surrounded by family. She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, friend to all, and an extraordinary dance teacher. She was born Sept. 12, 1951, in Chicago, to Charles and Libby Kral Bargiel. She married Desi Arnaz Jr. Oct. 8, 1987. She moved to Boulder City from Las Vegas in 1979. Amy was the founder of Dance Etc. and Boulder City Ballet Company, where she taught thousands of people to love dance as she did. She was the owner of Boulder Theatre and loved the arts. She was a woman of strong faith and was part of the New Life Foundation, based on the writings of spiritual author Vernon Howard. Amy is survived by her husband, Desi Arnaz Jr.; her daughter, Haley of Boulder City; a brother, Tom (Gloria) Bargiel; a sister, Lisa Bargiel; and a niece, Desiree Bargiel. Family will be holding private services. Family and friends may sign an online memorial guestbook at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com
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