You have to know someone — or establish an impressive line of credit — to get into the Aug. 6 event at Caesars Palace. But there also will be a big fireworks show for all to see at 10:20 p.m. on Aug. 5.
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Mike Jones’ sound has become an integral part of the Penn & Teller show and finances his love of authentic jazz.
The show’s blend of improv comedy and Henson puppetry lets you see what the Muppets were up to when cameras weren’t rolling.
Our entertainment picks this week include Jennifer Lopez and Bill Maher.
If you’ve been combing the Strip for something theatrical and romantic, here it is. But if you really have been searching, it also seems you’d be willing to sit still for another five to 10 minutes of storytelling.
“Raiding the Rock Vault,” the classic rock revue at the Tropicana, will close July 31. “Showstoppers,” an ambitious bid by Steve Wynn to make a Broadway-style show succeed where others failed, is set to close at the Wynn Sept. 30.
‘Laverne & Shirley’ star talks about the ’70s sitcom, comic timing and her summer job in ‘Menopause the Musical.’
Clint Holmes’ return to the Strip comes with a 10 p.m. time slot that may challenge fans. Also, Caesars says its retro lounge will continue to host entertainment after Matt Goss’ exit.
The locals favorite returns to the Strip with his stylized take on contemporary hits.
The former “America’s Got Talent” contestant brings a physicality and body language to magic, but don’t dismiss him with that other M-word … mime.
Brett Daniels challenges the Luxor star to a fight for charity after their business partnership went south.
Our entertainment picks this week include shows by Judy Collins and Boston.
There are few dry eyes in the audience when Aunt Pearlie, played by Broadway star Jennifer Perry, belts out “One More Sweet Tomorrow” in Act 2 of the musical that ends its run Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
The party for the musical “Idaho!” attracted Broadway producers, potential investors and theater presenters. The Smith Center is producing the show with the hopes it will someday hit Broadway.
The reboot of his Luxor show brings allegations from other magicians and the bigger question of why the new material isn’t more groundbreaking.
The mash-up of Luhrmann films moves into a theater setting but hopes to retain its immersive feel.
This week’s entertainment picks include Adam Carolla doing his podcast and Joe Rogan performing stand-up.
For its 15th season, “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” is moving its production from Stamford, Conn., into the old Jubilee Theater at Bally’s. As a result, producers are looking for Las Vegas contestants.
Rebooted Luxor showcase surveys the history of magic as well as the magician who defined his image.
Base Entertainment repeats past mistakes in letting a show’s overhead get beyond realistic sales expectations.
Our entertainment picks this week include Olivia Newton-John at the Flamingo and an “American Trilogy” of singing impersonators at the South Point.
The troubadour, performing Friday at Boulder Station, is resigned to the fact that the song will always be more famous than he is. “Basically, no matter what happens to me, it’s here to stay,” he says. “And that’s not bad.”
Country superstar’s ritual return to arena barnstorming included solo-acoustic revisit to Las Vegas solo years.
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