If it’s holiday time, it must be time for “The Nutcracker.”
Original Broadway (and Hollywood) “Jersey Boys” star John Lloyd Young steps out from his Tony-winning role of Frankie Valli to play — himself.
“Circus 1903” is closing at Paris Theater on Jan. 7. Members of the production were informed late Wednesday that the show would be shut down, and an official announcement was issued this morning.
A Leonardo da Vinci painting of Christ that sold in New York for a record $450 million (380 million euros) is heading to a museum in the United Arab Emirates.
Lionel Richie halted his “All the Hits” show at Axis theater Wednesday night so he could help his family evacuate from the wildfires racing through the Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
A show filled with side acts and a live band, “Opium” at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, which opens March 13 at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. Showroom.
A big question remains after renowned conductor James Levine was suspended from the Metropolitan Opera amid accusations of sexual abuse: Why did it take so long for the company to act after it was informed by police that he had been accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy?
Restaurateur, author, TV star and noted philanthropist Giada De Laurentiis has been selected as Nevada Ballet Theatre’s Woman of the Year for its 34th Annual Black White Ball.
Mel Brooks twice filled Encore Theater on June 30-July 1. He had just turned 91 when he made his Strip debut.
No. 58 is to stay in the stables at this year’s National Finals Rodeo.