Sing a song, dance, tell a joke. Earl Turner can do it all, and probably has during three decades’ performing in Las Vegas and around the world.
Something old. Something new. And that’s just counting the reigning Tony winners for best musical and best musical revival.
If Team Menopause realizes its vision, “Menopause 2” could well be the follow-up hit to the long-running “Menopause The Musical.
A Day to Remember
Thursday was National Margarita Day. For something a little different, consider margarita doughnuts from Fractured Prune.
The Hellacopters, Dimmu Borgir, Godflesh and dozens more top this year’s bill for the three-day gathering at the Hard Rock Hotel.
The great Reva Rice, one of the city’s longest-running stars of the Strip has left her production of the past 7 ½ years, “Vegas! The Show.”
Cosmopolitan CEO Bill McBeath says, “‘Opium’ is going to have a lot of the nuances and unexpected elements that have been synonymous with Spiegelworld programming.”
Spinning fire cubes, pyro rings and flaming swords and whips are all part of the explosive new show at Paris Las Vegas, “Inferno — The Fire Spectacular.”