“O” opened Oct. 17, 1998, the first production show ever on the Strip to command a $100 ticket price.
The new entrepreneur saved her money while living at the Strat from 2013-17, when she was the star of “Pin Up.”
The 12-foot-tall Philippe Starck-designed metal duck at the Sahara pool is headed for Reno.
Troy Burgess left Cher’s 1989-90 world tour for a sitcom set in the 1970s, called “Have a Nice Day.” Burgess would play a stoner kid.
Shania Twain has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, and is the top-selling female country solo artist ever.
Expect Marie Osmond to be onstage in her own show, likely with a different performing partner, in 2020.
“Candy World” is a tease to what might be a resident production at Light by the end of the year.
“Blanc de Blanc” is created by Australia’s independent Strut & Fret Production House, which has its hand in multiple touring productions, including “Blanc de Blanc Encore.”
Def Leppard is a confident, capable and experienced band. For evidence, check out Phil Collen.
Whenever a major hotel-casino opened in Las Vegas, Cashman Photo would invariably begin working from the new resort.