Nostalgia over historic hotel takes backseat to relocating as many as eight shows.
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Proclaiming “Elvis is as much a part of this building as these walls are,” Westgate Resorts chief executive David Siegel on Thursday launched a partnership with the keepers of Graceland to bring an Elvis Presley exhibit and themed shows to Westgate Las Vegas.
Las Vegas tourists will get a free eyeful of sexiness Feb. 26 when Cirque du Soleil’s libidinous “Zumanity” performers put on a few minutes of their show in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Midnight Fomato Society strikes again and turns the worst film ever made into a show so funny, it’s worth losing sleep over.
Ventriloquist married stage assistant in 2010; she will remain part of the show at The Mirage.
N’Sync-er to guest star as club owner in Venetian’s “Rock of Ages.”
It’s official. The “Duck Dynasty” musical authorized by America’s favorite rednecks, the Robertson family, will open at the Rio on April 20. Presales for players club members and registered “Duck” fans begin Thursday, general sales commence Feb. 17.
Ignorance of the marketplace can’t be an excuse for two performers trying their hands as producers.
Reality TV star and Las Vegas showgirl Holly Madison claims in lawsuit filed Monday that managers at Mandalay Bay’s 1923 Bourbon and Burlesque watched secret, intimate recordings of her and other women in their dressing room.
Paige O’Hara to stay with ‘Menopause for a while, but ‘ShowStoppers’ orchestra contract wasn’t all good news.
Bobby Slayton knows Las Vegas Super Bowl weekends well from his years as Vegas-based stand-up.
Creator of cabaret musical says fans of infamous book laugh along with musical spoof.
Diana Ross will do a nine-show stretch on the Strip April 1-8, but the shows will be at The Venetian, breaking the pop diva’s long association with Caesars Palace.
Frank Leone never thought he’d have two 30-piece orchestras on the Strip again.
Caesars Palace showcase a sober-minded and almost elegiac look back at 46 years of Elton John hits.
Theatre in the Valley will return to the Southern Nevada theater scene this weekend with its presentation of “Wally’s Diner,” a bittersweet comedy about the owners of a lonely diner between Las Vegas and California.
Performer makes a big impression with full orchestra and movie makeup.
Experience of two producers in same small venue proves the need to be “fully loaded” and to “earn” an audience.
Husband-and-wife “American Idol” veterans Ace Young and Diana DeGarmo headline the latest tour of the musical favorite, which opens an eight-performance run Tuesday at The Smith Center.
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.
Pop diva Mariah Carey promises all 18 of her No. 1 hits will be in her May and July shows in her new residency at Caesars Palace.
Country stars Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn will add three more shows to the 12 announced last month, and the new dates June 17, 19 and 20 will now be their debut in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Paige O’Hara leaves Soap Star to others as campy musical moves to Harrah’s Las Vegas with ramped-up plans.
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