Tropicana Theater has been dark since “Band of Magicians” hauled out in November, but “Masters of Illusions” and an ice show are set to move in.
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“Avenue Q,” “The Producers” and “Hairspray” never took hold on the Strip, but locals have found Broadway’s Vegas mecca at the Smith Center.
John Fogerty recalls the “I Am a Zombie” tour, which led to him meeting his wife, Julie, and changing his life.
Louie Anderson, a longtime Vegas headliner and recent Emmy Award-winner, is hosting a series of comedy show at The Space.
Brian Dewhurst helped launch two Cirque du Soleil shows on the Strip — “Mystere” and “O” — and is still a full-time performer at age 84.
While Caesars Entertainment has a robust lineup of shows at Harrah’s, Jubilee Theater at Bally’s has been dark for more than a year.
Pete Vallee began his run as “Big Elvis” 20 years ago, and has since performed at many lounges on and off the Strip.
Brad Garrett is an acclaimed stand-up, but is also effective as a dramatic actor and plays an internet journalist in the CBS pilot of “The Get.”
An original member of “Peepshow” at Planet Hollywood and co-star of “Vegas! The Show” Josh Strickland is heading to Germany to play the lead in “Tarzan.”
The Killers, especially front man Brandon Flowers, love the outdoors and have long spoken out against development near Red Rock Conservation Area. But they are not planning full-time activism.
Don’t mess with a full house. True in poker, certainly, and also in the world of music festivals. The Route 91 Harvest Festival has reinforced that adage by staying put at Las Vegas Village.
Frank Marino has portrayed Joan Rivers for 32 years in “Divas Las Vegas,” and is rocking up the show by adding Pat Benatar and Adele, as played by drag star Shannel, to the lineup.
Steve Spector has created thousands of portraits, many of which overlook diners at Palm Restaurant.
Norm Johnson was facing a stint in a juvenile detention center when offered the option of joining the Air Force. He enlisted and served in the Korean War.
Rachel Tyler was a principal singer in “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers” for 13 months at Wynn Las Vegas, and caught a break when an opening surfaced in the aquatic production “Le Reve.”
Former Atlanta Falcons wideout Roddy White spent Super Bowl weekend partying and gambling with Charles Barkley. Similar to the Falcons’ defense in overtime, they got smoked.
Diana Ross sings, smiles and dresses beautifully. But where is that killer horn section from the first version of her show at Venetian Theater?
In the summer of 1970, Bonnie Raitt saw the light.
Joey Pero’s night was befitting a sad trombone solo as he was knocked down and suffered a broken leg after the first rehearsal of “Bandstand” in New York.
Louie Anderson won an Emmy for playing Christine Baskets on “Baskets,” and now seeks a small space to ply his craft in Las Vegas.
Freddie Glusman has thousands of friends. A couple hundred filled Piero’s on Saturday for his 80th birthday.
In 1960, Frankie Valli stopped in Las Vegas on his way to Hawthorne, met Louis Prima and learned a lot about playing the lounges.
Oscar Goodman used a big martini and oversized claims to toast the fifth anniversary of the Mob Museum on Thursday night.
Lijana Wallenda of The Flying Wallendas circus family was injured in an eight-person pyramid act to be featured at the Circus Sarasota on Wednesday.
Lacey Schwimmer, a former pro on “Dancing With the Stars,” is choreographing a new number to open the 34th season year of “Legends in Concert.”