Proclaiming “Elvis is as much a part of this building as these walls are,” Westgate Resorts chief executive David Siegel on Thursday launched a partnership with the keepers of Graceland to bring an Elvis Presley exhibit and themed shows to Westgate Las Vegas.
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Oscar winner back to sing at Red Rock Resort, where shows last summer became a live album.
The “Fame” actor had given up performing to teach, but he says “Celebrity Idols” will allow him to do both.
“Duck Dynasty” musical isn’t a signed deal, but Rio will have room for it. “Rat Pack” and Michael Jackson tribute will vacate Rio at year’s end, lending credence to report of musical ‘Dynasty’ bio.
Debbie Reynolds was as ribald as ever in a sort of farewell show Saturday at the South Point, where she joked that she didn’t expect to be living in Beverly Hills and her boobs to be living in San Diego.
Magician Murray is everywhere you look on TV, yet still working to sell tickets on the Strip.
Ventriloquist had a Las Vegas residency years before fellow Texans Terry Fator or Jeff Dunham.
Soulful singer of sexy ballads opted to be a cult figure rather than a nostalgia act.
Offspring of Judy Garland, Dean Martin, Mel Torme and Louis Prima teaming up for unique bill at M Resort.
Interactive comedy has its own charms even when it’s disappointingly similar to “Tony n’ Tina.”
Swing City Dolls launch Friday shows at Sam’s Town, letting local acts perform full shows usually seen on cruise ships.
Mark Ballas and Witney Carson are the first performers announced for “Dancing with the Stars Live.”
New show will skip the costumed tributes and bring one singer who found luck as a Celine Dion impersonator back to the Strip as herself.
“Zombie Burlesque” finally got around to its “official grand opening” last week. For a “little” show with a live band and an eye for detail — a bright spot in a dim year for traditional Las Vegas shows.
Paul Stanley open to the idea of long-term residency at the Hard Rock Hotel, even as he ponders someday replacing himself in iconic band.
Litigation with original co-creator results in new connecting material to tell the story of classic rock.
The Sin City Comedy Club may be the launch pad for Eric Jordan Young’s self-produced showcase “Shakin’,” but it’s clearly not the endgame. Young isn’t a cabaret singer scaling down to his environment, but a musical theater veteran with a voice to match his outsized stage presence.
New batch of shows continuing the superstar’s 11-year run on the Strip includes dates canceled by Celine Dion.
Rob Garrett’s Neil Diamond shares small showroom gem with Jason Tenner’s Prince homage, Purple Reign.
Geoff Downes stuck with with band through both “supergroup” and lean years.
Dancers from “Thunder from Down Under” provide the last joke in kid-friendly “Alexander” comedy, proving the troupe’s ubiquity.
By day a mild-mannered Christian dad, at night Scorch morphs into a fire-breathing, demented clown for Freakling Bros. Trilogy of Terror. His mission is to keep up the frights as visitors await their turns in the haunted houses.
Jeff Leibow has seen benefit concert inspired by his daughter grow to the point where he will attempt more of them around the country.