New directives allow stars to perform mask-free, but the audience is required to wear face covers.
Aaron Berger, a former executive director at The Breman Museum in Atlanta, is taking over the position from interim director Bruce Spotleson, the museum announced Wednesday.
Dusty Hill played the bass line and sang “Viva Las Vegas” for ZZ Top.
A Cirque official confirms, “We will require all show staff, artists and technicians to be fully vaccinated.”
Miral Kotb developed the “iLuminate” technology, following with a company behind the concept, and the idea for the Las Vegas stage show. But her path to Vegas has been repeatedly derailed.
“27” music director and guitarists Erik Himels says of his show, “We’ve found our groove, just as a band, over the past two months. We have made a statement that way. It is a real concert.”
You might not know Liberty Loft at New York-New York, but several Vegas entertainers do. One is Terry Fator.
In May, Damian Costa was charged with telling several shows they were closing. Now he, too, is leaving the company.
Bronx Wanderers have hopscotched around Las Vegas since arriving in 2016, but have a home at the Westgate.
Caesars Entertainment exec Jason Gastwirth says, “The remarkable demand at the box office that we are seeing for Usher’s shows is a true testament to his star power.
Myron Martin’s salute to the reopening of Reynolds Hall was a preview of “An Office and a Gentleman.”
Dave Chappelle hit Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas after Friday’s show at MGM Grand Garden. He performed again, on piano.