Once synonymous with one-man comedy ‘Defending the Caveman,’ Rob Becker sold the work and became a full-time ‘Cave Dad.’
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Brooklyn Bowl founder upbeat about club’s first year, scoring his share of concert ‘gets’ and building fans for more eclectic bookings.
Comedian will change the format of his act to comment on slides in shows at the Downtown Grand.
When “Caveman” reopens on March 19 at The D, it won’t be alone among cabaret/sketch-comedy/mini-musical/off-Broadway shows we’re not quite sure what to call without using a lot of these / things.
Nostalgia over historic hotel takes backseat to relocating as many as eight shows.
A musical based on “Duck Dynasty” wouldn’t have been my first choice for a new show from Broadway producers either. But the fact that it’s launching here is actually pretty cool.
Ignorance of the marketplace can’t be an excuse for two performers trying their hands as producers.
Paige O’Hara to stay with ‘Menopause for a while, but ‘ShowStoppers’ orchestra contract wasn’t all good news.
The logo for Santana’s Las Vegas shows promises “Greatest Hits Live” and doesn’t include an asterisk with fine print to say “Not necessarily his own.”
Frank Leone never thought he’d have two 30-piece orchestras on the Strip again.
Experience of two producers in same small venue proves the need to be “fully loaded” and to “earn” an audience.
Here’s a funny little quirk of Las Vegas ticketing. The real Elton John is in town this weekend and you can get into the upper balcony for $55, while a loungey little tribute to him (and Billy Joel) called “Piano Man” costs $65.
Paige O’Hara leaves Soap Star to others as campy musical moves to Harrah’s Las Vegas with ramped-up plans.
Say what you will about the show that comes after it. But you can’t deny Murray has one of the most impressive pre-show videos on the Strip.
Jennifer Romas quick to accept challenge of creating topless cabaret show “Sexxy” in less than a month.
88-year-old icon and 28-year-old diva are the perfect Las Vegas pairing to ring in the new year.
‘The Penny Pibbets Show’ spins off ‘Absinthe’ character in studio theater with the help of ‘Zumanity’ comedian as director.
Human Nature goes the extra mile to give us an Australian Motown Christmas that rings familiar.
Cirque du Soleil officials speak for the first time in great detail about fatal accident and the steps taken to make sure it can’t happen again.
Engvall has a way with words and speaks to his age group as he sets course for grumpy-old-manhood.
If you’re not tuned in to the annual tradition that is Tony Sacca’s “Merry Christmas Las Vegas” TV special, you’re either new to town or unskilled in the art of deep-cable channel exploration. Longtimers know Sacca for … well, something. Years of local TV shows and commercials add up.
Ventriloquist settles into Planet Hollywood with his familiar cast of characters and a few new touches to keep him on his toes.
Terry Fator stresses the variety show elements of his Mirage production make him different from fellow ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, who favors a more racy approach. Dunham is setting up at Planet Hollywood for a resident run.
Grown-up Boyz II Men introduce diverse new album into show and bring casual fans up to present tense.
Jan Rouven learned the ropes “under the radar” before move to Tropicana; Dirk Arthur and the last tigers on the Strip replace him at the Riviera.
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