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.
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Even if the parts are better than the whole, Broadway-level craftsmanship shines through in “Duck Commander Musical,” the new show at the Rio based on the “Duck Dynasty” family. It lives up to its pledge not to make fun of its subjects, but it’s open season on how and why the Robertsons are famous.
More than 40 years after making its theatrical debut, Mel Brooks’ comical film “Young Frankenstein” returns to the stage with a musical twist at Shadow Ridge High School.
Distefano booked Playboy Clubs before moving to Las Vegas to oversee Riviera entertainment in 1980s.
The financial woes of comedian Vinnie Favorito illustrate the co-dependency of casinos, celebrities and gamblers.
Comedian Vinnie Favorito explained the show’s closing on Saturday: Flamingo owner “Caesars and I both agreed it was better to move on and I think they understand financial problems do occur.”
Forget that the sanctioned biography of the “Duck Dynasty” family, launching this week at the Rio, is a big-budget project from the big-league Broadway producers behind “Matilda” and “Jersey Boys.”
An annual survey puts the Las Vegas show ticket average at $85, with service fees charged even on site.
Make room for another magic star on the Strip. Mat Franco, last year’s “America’s Got Talent” winner, will be the new headliner in a remodeled showroom at The Linq.
Once synonymous with one-man comedy ‘Defending the Caveman,’ Rob Becker sold the work and became a full-time ‘Cave Dad.’
Celine Dion’s return to Caesars Palace on Aug. 27 will include plans for “a significantly different show,” according to a Caesars Entertainment rep.
Penn & Teller are once more promising to match donors’ dollar-for-dollar during AFANlv.org’s annual AIDS Walk, as long as those donors raise at least $250 each.
Comedian will change the format of his act to comment on slides in shows at the Downtown Grand.
When “Caveman” reopens on March 19 at The D, it won’t be alone among cabaret/sketch-comedy/mini-musical/off-Broadway shows we’re not quite sure what to call without using a lot of these / things.
Nostalgia over historic hotel takes backseat to relocating as many as eight shows.
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.
Las Vegas tourists will get a free eyeful of sexiness Feb. 26 when Cirque du Soleil’s libidinous “Zumanity” performers put on a few minutes of their show in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Midnight Fomato Society strikes again and turns the worst film ever made into a show so funny, it’s worth losing sleep over.
Ventriloquist married stage assistant in 2010; she will remain part of the show at The Mirage.
N’Sync-er to guest star as club owner in Venetian’s “Rock of Ages.”
It’s official. The “Duck Dynasty” musical authorized by America’s favorite rednecks, the Robertson family, will open at the Rio on April 20. Presales for players club members and registered “Duck” fans begin Thursday, general sales commence Feb. 17.
Ignorance of the marketplace can’t be an excuse for two performers trying their hands as producers.
Reality TV star and Las Vegas showgirl Holly Madison claims in lawsuit filed Monday that managers at Mandalay Bay’s 1923 Bourbon and Burlesque watched secret, intimate recordings of her and other women in their dressing room.