“Ester Goldberg’s Totally Outrageous Brunch” is losing its Ester.
“We had just left and went to an early dinner at a restaurant in Paris, Frenchie, and the chef came in and told everyone Notre Dame was burning,” Luxor President Cliff Atkinson said.
Saturday night’s opening of the 34 -show “Aerosmith: Deuces are Wild” series at Park Theater provided Steven Tyler a platform for a fancy production, and Joe Perry a stage to destroy the place on guitar.
Celine Dion has found new favorite creative outlet: Riding shotgun around Las Vegas while singing to her own songs.
We have two shows, one a proven commodity and another new to Las Vegas, that cut to the chase. “Legends In Concert” and “The Greatest Piano Men.”
One highlight from this run-through of “September,” vocalist Philip Bailey calling out, “This is for TV! Not the radio! We gotta give it a good run!”
“We’re going to do it,’ Lionel Richie said of a return to a Vegas residency. “I love it here. But I need to see Paris, London, Copenhagen, and then after that we’re coming back to Las Vegas.”
Hall & Oates have sold more records than any duo ever and are playing a three-show series at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip.
Oscar Goodman had joked about practicing with the old-style shaving implement during the week leading up to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation Shave at NY-NY’s Brooklyn Bridge.
The production is malleable, complex, in the round and all over the place. Don’t try sitting — there are no seats — and be ready to participate.