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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The coming week is packed with headliners, most of them enduring stars who have made a Las Vegas tradition of the multi-day celebration surrounding Wednesday's Mexican Independence Day, or Grito de Dolores.
Mat Franco's odds are good for a long run as the Strip's next resident magician at The Linq Hotel.
The show ended 12 years ago, but Siegfried & Roy are still introducing new stars: Four tiger cubs will make their debut at noon Saturday at the retired illusionists' attraction at The Mirage.
The Las Vegas-based comedy magician Piff the Magic Dragon made the Top 10 cut on "America's Got Talent" Wednesday, putting him into the NBC talent show's final showdown on Tuesday.
Some people just don't give up on Las Vegas entertainment, or trying to close the gap between what is and what should be on the Strip.
In an interview with USA Today earlier this week, Celine Dion anticipated her return to the stage in Las Vegas would be emotional. At the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Thursday night, it took all of one song for at least part of her prescient prediction to be realized.
Be careful when you walk into the Hard Rock Hotel on Friday. Some guy may come up and start saying weird things to you or start going crazy or ... oh, you're there for the "Impractical Jokers" show? Never mind.
Throughout one of the most emotional nights of her career, Celine Dion triumphantly shook a clenched fist.
In an interview with USA Today earlier this week, Celine Dion predicted that her highly anticipated return to Las Vegas would be emotional.
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.
After a year-long absence from show business, Celine Dion returns to the Las Vegas stage on Thursday. Here are five things you may not know about her.
Today: the Strip. Day after tomorrow: Radio City Music Hall. That's the itinerary for "Le Reve — The Dream," Wynn Las Vegas' resident aerial and aquatic show, which will be featured on NBC's "America's Got Talent's" Wednesday telecast from New York City's "Showplace of the Nation."
As legendary Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim once observed, musicals aren't written, they're rewritten.
When Elton John pulled Leon Russell back into the limelight for the "The Union" album five years ago, it could have been that one last hurrah to send the 73-year-old singer and songwriter down the trail to play out the rest of his days.
You know these guys, even if you have to think about just how. If you don't follow comedy podcasts or syndicated/satellite radio, then maybe veteran Boston stand-up Lenny Clarke is better known as Uncle Teddy from "Rescue Me."
Cirque du Soleil welcomes Vegas visitors and locals to get an inside look at KÃ with a complimentary open house every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at the KÃ Theatre inside MGM Grand.
After weeks of preparation, the Bellagio lake came alive with a Kabuki show unlike anything seen before in Las Vegas.
"Tarzan" is the "best ape ever," and though the musical, based on the 1999 Disney animated film, was not a Broadway hit, it should have Super Summer Theatre audiences swinging from the trees at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.
Everybody knows there is nothing on the modern-day Strip that is in any way comparable to the Rat Pack. But be specfic: What exactly is it that's missing? Keely and the durable tribute "The Rat Pack Is Back" help us pinpoint it.
You think you know Dr. Funkenstein. And your bop gun is loaded for the return of the Mothership, when George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic play Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq on Tuesday.
Lee Ann Womack will forever be linked to the monster crossover hit of 2000. But the Texas singer who helped get us used to figuring out if a song (or its singer) is "country" or "pop" has left the pop side of that divide to the youngsters, returning to the traditional country that inspired her.
Reckless in Vegas went Vegas before they ever came — or, in leader Michael Shapiro's case, came back — to Vegas.