Review-Journal entertainment columnist Mike Weatherford looks back at the Vegas show scene in his farewell column.
Comic legend witnessed classic Vegas shows, and his Broadway show ‘The Producers’ played here. But Wynn Las Vegas shows will be his first on stage.
Comedy based on how-to manual is amusing and good-natured, but works too hard for middling laughs.
Veteran variety-show comedian is back on stage only seven months after career-threatening injury.
Working a comedy club setting without a band requires the manic master of song parodies to recalibrate.
A lot of people are waiting for the showgirl to make a comeback. But Grant Philipo is less patient than most.
They’re so old school, even the signs for Clint Holmes and Frankie Moreno inside the Golden Nugget seem like holdovers from another Las Vegas: “Dinner and a show, $35.”
Reality TV star taking acting lessons to catch up to co-star Jai Rodriguez’s Broadway credits for new stage comedy.
The new “The World’s Greatest Rock Show” at the Stratosphere shares songs with the relocated “Raiding the Rock Vault” at the Hard Rock Hotel, but the two read differently.
John Di Domenico lives in Las Vegas but found trade shows and corporate bookings more lucrative than trying to sell tickets on the Strip.