Freeze those eyes in mid-roll please. I'm not talking about male G-string revues in general. Either you're into them or you're not. And if your orbs head for the ceiling tile at the mere mention of a sweaty dude thrusting his pelvis into some bridesmaid's face, I doubt you've even read this far.
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For someone who's been an out-there outcast from the start, Hedwig's flirting dangerously with the mainstream.
Magic is all about dreams. But sometimes, dreams turn into nightmares.
The Jabbawockeez already wear masks, so they will fit right into "Halloween Horror Nights" at Universal Studios Hollywood starting Sept. 18.
Former wild man Rod Stewart makes no secret of saying one of the joys of playing the Colosseum at Caesars Palace is the ability to jet back home to Beverly Hills, Calif., after each show.
Rich Little seems a little shy about his new autobiographical showcase at the Tropicana, even though its the smartest thing he's done in years.
Christopher Titus never fails to see the bright side of a situation. Or is it the dark side? It gets confusing.
The "NO, Ifs ands or..." Crazy Girls bronze statue was placed in its new home on Monday. The statue was moved to the casino floor at Planet Hollywood, the new location for the topless revue, which called the Riviera home before that resort closed in May.
Louie Anderson says his stand-up set Saturday at the South Point will be heard by as many as 300 people at the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas.
A couple of shockers for fans of "The Adam Carolla Show." 1. David Alan Grier prefers ESPN sports talk with "Max & Marcellus." 2. He likes doing the show from Carolla's home studio more than when the show goes into comedy clubs or places such as Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Some choose croonerdom, and others have croonerdom thrust upon them. Matt Goss' career was basically the opposite of Harry Connick Jr.'s and Michael Buble's.
"Legends in Concert" has become a victim of its own success, but now it‘s a victim with some will to fight back.
Rich Little realized there is one thread running through all the celebrity impressions he has done for more than 50 years. And that thread is ... Rich Little.
Youngest? Longest? Brenda Lee has a double shot at Las Vegas entertainment history. If it helps you win at trivia, remember the 70-year-old Nashille icon, who sings at the Golden Nugget on Friday. She may not be a name you'd think of when it comes to entertainers closing in on a 60-year span in Las Vegas.
The Blue Man Group is known to move fast, and that won't change when it relocates from the Monte Carlo, where it plans to close Oct. 11, to the Luxor, where it plans to reopen Nov. 18 in a move mandated by its theater being torn down.
Some acts redefine “comeback” as others tire of the long-term game of selling tickets.
As Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn wrap their first team-up there this weekend, they join a short and prestigious list.
Carter, who died of respiratory failure, was a steady headliner in Las Vegas from 1948, when he made his debut at the El Rancho Vegas, into the 1980s.
Conflict between a show producer and venue operator led to the abrupt end of a residency by a cappella quintet Mo5aic at Bally’s. The vocal quintet opened June 5 in the second-floor Windows Showroom leased from Caesars Entertainment.
Those guys from the Boston comedy scene sure make the rest of us look lazy. People wonder how Louis C.K. gets so much done. But Bill Burr, fellow redhead of the same age and region (Burr just turned 48), is no slacker, either.
Frank Sinatra’s heirs and Sinatra impressionist Bob Anderson may be heading for a legal showdown.
The Rat Pack aesthetic is reflected in at least three shows on the Strip, even if demographics have shifted more to the era of Michael Jackson.
Before joining “O” at Bellagio, Bill May was one of the world’s top-ranked synchronized swimmers but couldn’t compete in the sport’s signature events because of his gender. In July, May and two former Olympians will compete in the first-ever mixed duet world championships.