Frank Leone never thought he’d have two 30-piece orchestras on the Strip again.
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Canadian performance company Cirque du Soleil has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc to help in its previously disclosed effort to find a strategic partner, a spokeswoman for the company said on Friday.
Human Nature goes the extra mile to give us an Australian Motown Christmas that rings familiar.
The revue that opened Tuesday (with a grand opening Saturday) is another simple idea: Take the stand-out songs from Broadway musicals and put them all together.
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.
Brian Wilson spans the generations in both his appeal and the people surrounding him onstage. On Friday, Wilson tapes an episode of the PBS concert series “Soundstage” at The Venetian.
TV personality Robin Meade joins Human Nature for its first Christmas-themed show on the Strip.
Engvall has a way with words and speaks to his age group as he sets course for grumpy-old-manhood.
Blue Collar comics Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy reunite just as one re-emerges while the other readies for a break.
Those who relish “Summer Nights” — be it the song, its singer or the name of her showcase — can plan for more of them with Olivia Newton-John next year.
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.
Terry Fator already had the halls decked and the decks cleared before this week’s launch of the fourth edition of his Christmas show at The Mirage.
Magician says the expense and scrutiny that comes with exotic animals makes it easy to understand why he’s alone in a classic-Vegas tradition.
Ventriloquist settles into Planet Hollywood with his familiar cast of characters and a few new touches to keep him on his toes.
“50 Shades” parody to debut at Bally’s just in time for movie next February.
Cirque du Soleil replaced system which resulted in performer’s death as it prepares to reinstate climactic battle scene.
Excitement of a Brooks & Dunn reunion combined with perennial country star Reba McEntire called a ‘slam dunk’ for 24 annual shows at the Colosseum.
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.
Superstar ventriloquist looks forward to daily commute and a show that will reflect its Las Vegas setting.
Cirque du Soleil is reinstating the climactic “Ka” battle scene that’s been missing since a performer fell to her death in June of last year.
Call it the Vegas Added Plausibility Effect, the way any urban legend somehow seems more believable when it's set in, or otherwise involves, Las Vegas. The phenomenon can be found all over the Internet on urban legend and modern folklore sites that tell stories about dead bodies found at Strip hotels and tales of absurdly lucky gamblers.
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.