A statement issued today issued by the show’s original production partners, Base Entertainment and Spiegelworld, said ”Absinthe” will remain at Caesars Palace for the “forseeable future.”
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“Alice” is diving down the rabbit hole once more. The musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” returns to Rocks Lounge at Red Rock Resort July 10.
Chris Rock considered vacating the stage at The Park Theater on Saturday night. Then he considered his paycheck.
Joey Pero originated the role of Nick Radel, but has yet to perform it in New York. He gets his chance Sunday night during the Tony Awards broadcast.
Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor could happen “sooner than you think,” says a source in the know.
The legacy of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher is effectively captured in the HBO documentary “Bright Lights.” The film is screening at 2 p.m. Sunday at Brenden Theaters at the Palms during the Las Vegas Film Festival.
Cleveland can win in seven games, but they have to win Game 4 first, as Kenny Smith reminds.
Matt and Angela Stabile launched “X Burlesque” at the Aladdin, but only after she posed for a famous statue.
Sibling skaters Billy and Emily England drew roar and standing applause on their debut on “America’s Got Talent” on Tuesday night.
Brandon Flowers is shown wearing a groovy silver jacket and cowboy hat during a recent photo shoot in and around VegasVille.
Jeff Timmons has been pitching his “Men of the Strip” male revue around town for several years. The co-founder of 98 Degrees felt he found a home at the Trop. He didn’t.
Zowie Bowie always brings the party. “Now it’s a party of three,” says Vegas headliner and Z.B. front man Chris Phillips, who became a father at 12:26 a.m Monday.
Diana Ross is debuting her show at Encore Theater, after headlining in three runs Venetian Theater on the Strip.
Come August, Encore guests won’t need to trudge to Wynn Las Vegas to make an in-person sports wager once.
You didn’t need to be a fan of Abbott & Costello to appreciate the retelling of “Who’s on first” during the Miss Exotic World competion at Orleans Showroom on Saturday night.