Criss Angel has been a Strip headliner sincer 2008. The much-hyped “Believe” was originally a collaboration with Cirque du Soleil, but was not well received by reviewers or the public and went through a major overhaul soon after it opened.
Angel convinced Cirque officials to allow him to produce the show himself.
The plan worked. After a successful residency his hit show “Mindfreak Live” has closed as his contract with Cirque expired.
As he moves into his next show at Planet Hollywood, Angel talks of his time at Luxor, his young son Johnny Crisstopher’s health challenges, how he has been perceived by the media, the influence of his family and how he has grown over the past decade.
Plus, we go out on the town with Las Vegas showman Frankie Scinta, and “Zombie Burlesque” star Enoch Augustus Scott.