At the height of triumph, a tragedy.
No reason to wait until New Year’s Eve if you can jump-start the party with Miley Cyrus. A so-called “soft opening” turns into a big night at Beacher’s Madhouse, the variety show that opens Friday.
Hard Rock Hotel headliner Jim Norton suffers from sleep apnea so badly he has to wear a crazy mask at night that makes him look like Darth Vader without the pretty helmet.
Nevada Ballet Theatre made the magic come alive for a second year at The Smith Center during a 10-performance run.
This will come as a shock to you 20-somethings who are familiar only with DJs like Calvin Harris, but there are these other things in the world known as “bands,” composed of several musicians who play something called “live music.”
I am Doug. The guys in “The Hangover” movies are Doug and Black Doug. There was “Doug” the cartoon, and then came “The Dougie” dance.
Preview Las Vegas 10 Tenors 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday Suncoast, 9090 Alta Drive $17.50-$44 (702-636-7075)
The Phat Pack is maybe what you’d imagine if Broadway singers came and did a show in your living room. There’s going to be an element of fun to it, but you are still going to sit up straight and not chatter while the guy from “Les Miz” sings “Bring Him Home” right there in front of you.
Meet Shana Bryn McCartney, a dancer in “Veronic: Voices.” She started dancing at 2½, and also was a competitive figure skater from age 8 through her sophomore year of high school.
Yes, people tried to talk them out of it. But in the true spirit of The Phat Pack, they sing to us why that’s not going to happen.