With the cast wearing masks, “X Country” played to a limited-capacity, socially distant crowd on Thursday.
Pete “Big Elvis” Vallee of Harrah’s says, “We’re trying different things to see what works, and right now we’re back and singing ambience.”
Give it up for “Absinthe.” The Spiegelworld hit is the first large-scale production show in a Vegas hotel-casino to return after COVID-19 shut down live entertainment in March.
Piff The Magic Dragon is the first faux-reptile to return to the Las Vegas Strip. But ahead of Piff’s re-opening, the female revue “X Country” is back at Harrah’s Cabaret.
Magic Murray Sawchuck and Dani Elizabeth of Crazy Girls are teaming on a landscaping business, among other ventures.
Sting has announced a postponement of the opening of his headlining series at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Morrissey originally described his “Viva Moz Vegas” series as “sure-to-be-life-changing.”
Laugh Factory proprietor Harry Basil says, “This 25-foot rule is what’s going to kill everybody. Or prevent everybody from opening.”
Johnny Kats sat down Friday night with Melody Sweets, who originated the Green Fairy role in “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace.
Usher says of the Caesars Palace residency, “I have missed performing for my fans live and I am so excited to see them in Las Vegas.”