David Saxe greets a visitor from the front row of the theater: "Watch out, pingpong balls are gonna shoot."
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Tickets for 19 more shows of Elton John's "The Million Dollar Piano" go on sale at 10 a.m. Sunday for January and April dates in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Topless is topless, except when cabaret shows can be sorted by musical preference. The producers of "X Burlesque" and "X Rocks" have now set a Nov. 22 opening for "X Country" at Harrah's Las Vegas.
"Fantasy" celebrated its 16th birthday Tuesday at Luxor. It was a sign of hotel support — to invite the media and cast alumni back for an annual celebration of a topless cabaret show that's stayed put while so many in the genre have come and gone.
Tracy Morgan will include two nights at The Mirage as part of his "Picking Up the Pieces" tour, announcing stand-up dates there May 6 and 7 on his tour schedule.
Nunsense" opens in Kahunaville's dinner show space (also home to the "Island Heat" revue) on Nov. 2, to run in a 4 p.m. afternoon slot.
A three-night run by Paul Zerdin, the recent winner of "America's Got Talent," continues to draw objections to his victory from a ventriloquist who headlined Las Vegas for years.
Union musicians will be losing 30 jobs on the Strip when a Frank Sinatra tribute closes a month sooner than they expected. The best way to make up the revenue might be to send a film crew over to Rancho Drive and film a reality show at the union hall.
"Vegas! The Show" reminds us of a place that used to be about big names, with larger-than-life personalities. But it leaves out the part about the big names wanting too much money, or trying to hang on too long as times changed and their stars faded.
Frank Sinatra impressionist Bob Anderson is taking his show on the road, saying “This is no longer a Sinatra, Darin, Bennett, Mathis or Tom Jones town. It is a Britney Spears town.”
For nearly the life of the Strip's longest-running production show, Donna London has been behind the scenes fitting, washing and repairing costumes for cast members of "Jubilee!"
Celine Dion will be back next year for at least 23 more shows in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
OK, Judds fans, let's have some fun. Which of these might actually be part of the reunion shows in Las Vegas?
Slaughter caught the end of the '80s "hair band" era, and it wasn't the kind of band anyone thought would still be around.
The opening night of "Sexxy" was a reminder that Jennifer Romas knows just about everyone involved in Las Vegas entertainment. Whatever happens next, wherever she goes, she will be, well, noticed.
Last week's hullabaloo over George Strait playing at least four Las Vegas arena concerts next year got me wondering: Has any other superstar kept getting more and more popular over the years without doing one thing different?
Magicians like to turn things inside out, and two of them are doing just that to the conventional rules of working one's way up the Las Vegas ladder.
Pitbull's show turns out to be a perfect fit for the remodeled Axis and the club-generation visitors it targets with its standing-room general-admission areas up front.
Lance Burton is a laid-back guy, so maybe it's no surprise that what he calls "a leisurely pace" to make his first movie ended up being five years.
Seinfeld has been the Colosseum at Caesars Palace's most consistent annual visitor, the only entertainer not to have skipped a year since it opened.
Lionel Richie is old enough to remember the days when Las Vegas wasn't cool.
On August 5, 2015, Siegfried and Roy's tigers Indira and Svengali became parents of four cubs that were shown for the first time to the public last Saturday.
Stage magic is a small world, any way you measure it.