The R&B singer brings 30 years worth of sultry hits to his Las Vegas showcase.
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Rick Lax, who doesn’t even perform on the Strip, may be ‘most-viewed magician in history.’
The veteran rocker makes his House of Blues run seem like old home week, with favorites from the James Gang to his last solo album.
After a wave of show closings, new strategies emerge for marketing to millennials and last-minute buyers.
The big audience singalong? Or the sincere breakdown to float a lyric over a lone piano? With Bruno Mars it’s not a choice. It’s the same song.
The Strip may be realigning to focus on recurring concert “residencies” at the expense of Broadway musicals and production shows without big names in them.
Strange job seems normal to Thomas Austin, who grew up watching his dad on Las Vegas stages.
The New Year’s weekend closure of two Broadway-style shows will put nearly 90 actors and musicians out of work, but they still look to a bright future.
Sincerity or wry laughs await in the limited-run holiday shows from the Palazzo singer and the Flamingo comedy-magician.
Creators of movie spinoff promise real guys, not cliches, in a casting call that includes dudes age 40 to 60.
Two topless shows find longevity in venues that call for different approaches.
Holiday ‘Tournament of Kings’ is a sign of hotel commitment to one of several shows adding seasonal material.
The stunt comedian who went viral on “America’s Got Talent” comes to roost in a no-budget showcase at Hooters.
Contradictory show closings can drive a columnist to argue with himself.
Early buzz on Broadway’s “A Bronx Tale” suggests Strip potential, while a local producer is bullish on “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” after its Chicago return. Also, where are the ACMs?
The quartet of young magicians prove there is strength in numbers with teamwork that counters Vegas rivalries.
The venues, and people in charge of them, should share the blame for a spate of recent show closings.
Richard Oberacker’s “Bandstand” will debut in New York in April, after song previews and table readings in Las Vegas.
The slapstick, dirty send-up of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ brings fringe theater to the heart of the tourist zone but needs to stay in control.
The droll British comedy magician has expanded his thrice-weekly Flamingo show into a bit of a “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” format with plenty of distractions.
Las Vegas has long been searching for another custom of entertainment as nightclubs drain the audiences for traditional sit-and-watch shows. “Immersive” or “interactive” have become buzzwords for attempts to make show-going more fun.
Playing casinos for more than 20 years shows in the group’s current five-night stand, which only occasionally seems to appreciate its longevity.
The superstar used the resident entertainer’s model to reach a number that it will take other concert stars years to match.
The Tropicana’s new show wants to be more than a sassy dance revue, but its theatrical, musical elements don’t hold their own.
Vinnie Favorito is likely to have all of his debts beyond the IRS discharged after filing Chapter 7 on Sept. 7.
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