It’s that time of year when it’s starting to be more interesting to talk about what could happen next year, including a super-team of magicians, a Teller-directed “Tempest” and a more-like-the-movie “Spider-man.”
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Other old-school entertainers — Donny and Marie Osmond, Human Nature — cut and run for the month. Other shows, such as “Legends in Concert,” squeeze in a Christmas song or two. But Terry Fator goes all in.
Hypnotists are cruel bastards, but also kind of underappreciated. It’s an undeniably guilty form of voyeurism to watch Marc Savard give a guy jock itch, or Anthony Cools cast another one with “hoop burn,” causing him to dog-scoot the stage trying to put it out.
Meet Aidan Te Puke, who performs in “Thunder From Down Under.” He was raised in New Zealand and Australia, and remembers performing Maori dances as early as age 5.
A flaming arch planned for Tuesday’s elaborate welcoming presentation for Britney Spears was deemed too dicey by the fire marshal and cut out of the ceremony in front of Planet Hollywood Resort.
We’re now in that time of year that usually involves extended family time, and the resulting thin line between endearing and annoying. And so it is with the Tommy Wind magic show.
Meet Brandon Nix, who performs in “Rock of Ages.” Nix is from West Memphis, Ark., and grew up singing in a church choir.
Shania Twain may look back, but she doesn’t look down. At least not when she’s on an airborne motorcycle, making the grandest of entries by descending about 40 feet to the stage of the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
’Tis the season. The low season, if you ask most Scroogey show producers, but a special time for a few Las Vegas Charlie Browns.
The balance of power’s off. After all, when the musical’s called “Evita” and the title character’s not the one dominating the stage, you know something’s a trifle amiss.