Take a trip through history in these Jubilee photos from 1981 and 2001.
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Patina Miller won a Tony Award for the musical "Pippin." Norm Lewis, a Tony nominee for "Porgy and Bess," was the first African-American to play "Phantom of the Opera's" title role on Broadway.
Vegas is the entertainment capital of the world — if you've been around here for any period of time, you've undoubtedly heard that term bandied about.
And to think that about this time last year, we were scoffing at the prospects of a "Duck Dynasty" musical having any snowball's chance of making it in Sin City.
He still looks youthful, and boy does he act young onstage. So forgive those who hear only the first half of the sentence: Carrot Top recently celebrated 10 years at Luxor.
So much for a slow December in Las Vegas entertainment.
Everyone knows the song, but now a tour of theater-sized venues gives people a chance to catch up to the singer.
Las Vegas is such a buffet town that we hardly ever close our mouths long enough to wonder why.
As manic as he is in his show, Carrot Top has a disclaimer: Offstage, "I'm pretty boring actually."
Here are our picks for your best bets for Las Vegas entertainment in the week ahead.
Two shows in a row have disappointed in the same theater. What to do?
The long-rumored closure of the iconic production show "Jubilee!" became official Sunday. Bally's Las Vegas announced the finale of Donn Arden's showgirl spectacular will be Feb. 11.
A loud party needs a willing host even more than it needs a well-stocked bar. That made the decision about where "Rock of Ages" could move a lot easier.
Who was that old coot at the Route 91 Harvest festival? Gary Allan just turned 48, which practically made him George Jones alongside Thomas Rhett or Lady Antebellum.
Rodney Carrington wears a cowboy hat onstage, but it's the stumpy one I'd call the "sidekick" hat, not the big rodeo cowboy's or Western movie hero's.
No one will argue with locals who may subtitle the Las Vegas stop of the "So You Think You Can Dance" tour "Better late than never."
If you messed around for the past 15 years and never saw the Blue Man Group, the good news is you didn't wait too long.
The spoofy '80s jukebox musical "Rock of Ages" will relocate all fist-pumping and lighter-sparking activity to the Rio, reopening off-Strip on Jan. 25 after it ends three years at The Venetian on Jan. 3.
Ah, the stereotypes we must endure — and own up to. Why fight it when the live Las Vegas shows that Santa suit up for the holidays draw their tone from the TV Christmas specials we grew up on and, face it, aren't quite like going to church, either.
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.
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.