Casinos can’t book enough diva showcases, but not all pop songstresses have what it takes to carry it off.
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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.
Pink’s chiseled dancer takes on key role in “Rock of Ages” while “Raiding the Rock Vault” singer remembers real ’80s L.A. scene.
If you don’t remember how much you like Grand Funk Railroad, maybe it’s because their hits sounded so different.
There are no shirtless dudes in “Sexxy,” nor any brassy female comedians making fun of men.
Say what you will about the show that comes after it. But you can’t deny Murray has one of the most impressive pre-show videos on the Strip.
Paul Revere, who died in October, made his group a staple of the oldies circuit long after its glory days.
Good thing veteran illusionist Dirk Arthur has learned how to warm a crowd, because his tigers don’t steal the show like they used to.
Other Las Vegas entertainment ventures still speculative, including a holographic Liberace and the “Duck Dynasty” musical everyone’s been waiting for.
Jennifer Romas quick to accept challenge of creating topless cabaret show “Sexxy” in less than a month.
Vegas odds defied in a year when the sure-thing “Mamma Mia!” flops and the oddball ‘Zombie Burlesque’ is a breakout hit.
Rick Thomas, once a mainstay on the Strip, brings magic show back this weekend for locals and families.
Comedian ends the year in a bigger Las Vegas venue and with sitcom “Undateable” returning for a second season.
Steve Wynn’s handpicked revue of Broadway blockbusters works backward to the Ziegfeld era in its visuals.
‘The Penny Pibbets Show’ spins off ‘Absinthe’ character in studio theater with the help of ‘Zumanity’ comedian as director.