The show’s blend of improv comedy and Henson puppetry lets you see what the Muppets were up to when cameras weren’t rolling.
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Whatever becomes of German magician Jan Rouven in U.S. District Court, his career as a performer is almost certainly over, after he was charged this week with one count of receipt or distribution of child pornography.
‘Forever’ is a fitting name for Idol’s House of Blues run that proves he was still there even when you didn’t miss him.
‘Believe’ will give way to ‘Mindfreak Live’ after magician briefly closes for April transition.
The master musicians create a killer groove during their Westgate Las Vegas show but need to figure out how to vary the pace for a seated audience.
Frankie Moreno happy to see Planet Hollywood slim down underperforming theater before launch of his headline run.
The hip-hop crew retains its good humor and liquid motion in its move to the MGM Grand.
Our entertainment picks this week include Pitbull, Bill Maher and more.
An Irish dance champion’s professed swan song, in Las Vegas, on St. Patrick’s Day. Think some Bushmills and Guinness just might be involved afterward?
Although the Scintas have been in town only 16 years, it feels like they have been here a lot longer, probably because their style and shtick harken back to their roots: the classic entertainment of Rat Pack-era Vegas.
Producer Sir George Martin achieved a late-life presence on the Las Vegas Strip when he and his son helmed the soundtrack for Cirque du Soleil’s “Love.”
Paul Zerdin follows his win on the NBC talent show with a move to Las Vegas, where he will share the theater with singer Frankie Moreno.
Comic variety show packaged as a tour of the Strip makes the mistake of reminding patrons of what else they could be doing.
Our entertainment picks this week include Steve Martin and Martin Short, a pair of “Blue Collar” comics and more.
It took awhile, but the former heavyweight champion got used to people laughing at his life story. That’s not likely to change soon, for a couple of reasons. For one thing, “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth” returns to Las Vegas in a comedy club.
How do you define an old-school entertainer? Maybe it's like that old definition of pornography: You know it when you see it.
One thing became totally clear at the Colosseum of Caesars Palace on Tuesday night: Celine Dion is all about the triumph of love over death.
A Cirque du Soleil performer fell Tuesday night — just one day after a performer at another Cirque production fell during a dress rehearsal Monday.
A Cirque du Soleil performer who fell about 20 feet during a limited-access dress rehearsal Monday night is on the mend, officials said Tuesday.
MGM Resorts International is hiring more than 200 part-time positions for the T-Mobile Arena, which opens in April.
When you do 965 Las Vegas shows in 13 years, not all of them are going to come easy. Tuesday brings Celine Dion's first show since the January death of Rene Angelil, her husband and the manager who guided her career.
It's one thing to take a sad song and make it better. But a happy one? It makes the creators of "Love" seem awful hard on themselves.
Frank Marino is in for a long day. Not that most days aren't on the longish side for Marino. He's been performing on the Strip for 30 years straight. By his own reckoning, Marino has done more than 25,000 shows.