On purpose, “Mad Apple” is smaller Cirque show than has been presented on the Strip.
Illuminarium CEO Alan Greenberg says “Space” will run until the end of the year. Or, as someone once said, to infinity and beyond.
“Mad Apple” is the most recent Cirque show to open on the Strip since “R.U.N” at Luxor bowed in 2019.
Dennis Blair says of George Carlin’s final show, “The last week at The Orleans, he was OK. He didn’t have all the energy he used to have, but he was OK.”
Wayne Newton’s “Up Close and Personal” production is running 7 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays through Dec. 18.
Aerosmith has announced that Steven Tyler is back in addiction treatment after relapsing following foot surgery.
Fletch Walcott is a great singer with a great memory for lyrics. He put both to use Monday night on “Don’t Forget the Lyrics.”
As anyone who has followed out exploits over the years knows, the lounge scene is our babbling brook. But the lounges are vanishing from the VegasVille landscape.
The Cosmo casino might not have reaped profits from Olivia Rodrigo’s show, but it was a rich night of entertainment.
Jim Gaffigan has appeared regularly the Encore Theater stand-up rotation for the past three years
Xavier Mortimer, a beguiling magician educated in pantomime is the first Cirque artist to star in his own residency, and is now going crypto.
Overcoming a heart scare in November, Carlos Santana is talking of rocking until he’s 90.