Both Human Nature and Frankie Moreno return with more elaborate productions helmed by theatrical veterans.
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Wayne Newton’s T-Mobile performance April 6 marked the end of a 10-year rift between the Las Vegas icon and the Las Vegas Musicians Union.
The annual survey to calculate ticket averages also found 17 shows with a price level at more than $200.
Australian vocal quartet covers songs from ’50s through ‘Hotline Bling’ in new show debuting Tuesday.
Screen icon happy to consent to live question-and-answer format after feeling the love of career-long fans.
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.
Frankie Moreno happy to see Planet Hollywood slim down underperforming theater before launch of his headline run.
New “53X” offers equal-opportunity ogling, while Cameo brings back the funk.
It's time to give myself a reality check on TV talent contests.
In the dictionary, "impresario" strictly defines a promoter or sponsor of entertainment events, without really demanding said person be a bit of a character in his or her own right.
Why are we opening a fancy new arena in April, our fifth, and yet Las Vegas still seems to be missing out on some of the biggest names hitting the road for spring and summer concert tours?
So you like J-Lo, but you're not so hot on her music? Hey, it's not that big a contradiction. Jennifer Lopez is a lot of things to a lot of people, and "All I Have" seems fully aware of that.
The influence of the Rat Pack on Las Vegas is obvious. With the Eagles, you have to look a little harder.
Any mention of the band the Guess Who makes me smile. And clench my teeth.
Now that The Smith Center for the Performing Arts hosts most of the original-song, story-driven Broadway tuners, it makes sense that the casinos still have three jukebox musicals that reach beyond fans of traditional musical theater.
The show is called "Spoofical — A Musical," and this crude, crazy, try-anything "kitchen sink" of a musical spoof is all producer David Saxe's idea.
So much for a slow December in Las Vegas entertainment.
A loud party needs a willing host even more than it needs a well-stocked bar. That made the decision about where "Rock of Ages" could move a lot easier.
Maybe on Jan. 17, 2084, there will be some Las Vegas celebration of Calvin Harris' 100th birthday. It's just hard to say, isn't it?
I'm sure they put in some long days over at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. But where would you rather promote tourism and further a party culture? Las Vegas or Beirut?
Broadway and Las Vegas share a lot of talent. But to call it a two-way street is still dangerous.
as Vegas has such a wealth of talent, it's sometimes hard to tell a pro venture apart from community theater.
Take a topless dancer for granted? Only in Vegas.
The circumstantial evidence doesn't speak well of the creative enterprise of Las Vegas entertainment.
Bill Callanan and Keith Nelson have been Las Vegans for more than 40 years. But surprisingly, their paths haven't overlapped that much. But now the two find themselves both united and divided by the same cause.
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