A Blue Man can catch a marshmallow in his mouth just about anywhere. And that's been an adaptive skill in Las Vegas, where the Blue Man Group became a 15-year institution but carved those years among three casino theaters.
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Before he was chief operating officer for the company that produces "Legends in Concert," Brian Brigner lived and breathed race cars.
Why break up a great team?
Over the years, a few Las Vegas shows have figured out ways to warm up to the holiday season efficiently. Here's a rundown, starting with the newest and most unusual.
"ShowStoppers" has enough roof-rattling voices to fill the stockings of all your out-of-town guests, Thanksgiving and Christmas both.
You can't keep a good spoof of a bad book in submission.
Celine Dion tells her fans that even though she was absent for a year from the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, she knows "you were with me, stayed with me."
As you've probably heard by now, Billy Idol is the latest act to land his own Las Vegas residency. Earlier this week, the '80s rebel announced plans to play a dozen dates over the course of two months next spring at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.
Performing magic in a silly green dragon suit can get you some distance in show business, maybe even as far as the prestigious Fringe festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Some would say no matter what it is you're hosting, there's an audience for it somewhere. With Las Vegas being home to devout followers of the United Church of Bacon, what better place than Sin City to hold a bacon-themed Broadway-level show.
Billy Idol is doing a whole stretch of shows at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay next year.
The big story is that Jabbawockeez even has a new show, one it didn't really know about until midsummer.
Boyz II Men sing about the "End of the Road," but they can look three years down it at The Mirage.
As nightclubs drain audiences from traditional Las Vegas shows, topless cabaret revues have been the one genre able to hold its own in what now is considered the late evening.
The Flamingo won't be scraping Donny and Marie Osmond's giant photos off the side of the casino for at least another year.
The pop star is planning to be in town to help ring in the New Year with three shows at the Venentian on Wednesday, Dec. 30, Thursday, Dec. 31 and Saturday, Jan. 2.
Olivia Newton-John has yet to pick the best impersonator of her. Give her time, people. The contest is just now underway. But Britney? Or even Steven Tyler? She already found them.
79-year-old singer and movie star Kris Kristofferson speaks frankly of an uncertain future for live dates such as Friday's, a co-bill with fellow songwriter and troubadour John Prine at the Palms.
George Strait plans to play the Strip's new arena on Feb. 17 and 18 of 2017.
The circumstantial evidence doesn't speak well of the creative enterprise of Las Vegas entertainment.
Criss Angel is taking a break from his Las Vegas magic show to deal with health issues of his 20-month-old son in Australia.
At what point did Gordie Brown become one of our only old-school Las Vegas showmen?
Some things about Madonna you will never forget. Likewise, there are many things about Madonna you've probably forgotten already.
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