Comedian George Wallace says he is ending his 10-year residency at the Flamingo on April 27, mostly because of the legwork involved in promoting it. Wallace made the announcement the same day a Las Vegas jury awarded him $1.3 million in litigation over an injury he suffered performing in a private party at the Bellagio in 2007.
Troy Burgess lives a charmed life in Las Vegas.
Yes, Life Was Beautiful last weekend. But what about the other 363 days a year, when 60 bands aren’t playing downtown?
Watching the opening number of “Fantasy” the other night, I realized at least one thing hasn’t changed over the years: They still dance on lighted staircases.
Are you ready to party?
The court feud over the entertainment offered in a nightclub called The Act reminds me of a favorite “Beavis and Butt-head” quote: “That was beyond the limits of good taste.”
“Peepshow” is set to close today. But fear not, fans of topless casino entertainment. Angela Stabile is watching out for you.
I saw “Ka” again Tuesday under circumstances nobody wanted, but no tragedy could take away what I would describe as the limitless feeling it still inspires.
“Priscilla Queen of the Desert” turned out to be a very bad idea with a good one still wrapped inside its dress. At least, Broadway fans should hope so.
Man wearing dress. Mystic space between heaven and Earth? Or cheap hotel with no ballroom?