Tegan Summer ran a few minutes late for a meeting over coffee on Monday afternoon. He was knocked off schedule as he helped a woman who had tumbled near the Las Vegas Strip. Summer himself couldn’t have written a more appropriate metaphor.
Members of the creative team were informed via e-mail that the show’s closing would indeed fall on June 17, and that those who had not been fully paid have been assured they would be fully compensated for their final two weeks of work.
The new Monroe musical at Paris Las Vegas suffers from split-personality syndrome.
Down 3-1 in the Stanley Cup Final, the Vegas Golden Knights can use a boost. Maybe a wild fan can dance down the aisle at T-Mobile Arena at Thursday’s Game 5, tearing off multiple T-shirts and cajoling the crowd to “Make Some Noise!”
Frying-eggs-on-sidewalks season is almost here.
When the glasses came off, it was on.
“Hamilton” takes a historical figure who — let’s be honest — nobody found particularly interesting during American history class and somehow makes him seem to be America’s coolest Founding Father.