Cirque’s CEO Daniel Lamarre says the company will be back on the Strip a year from now.
Piff The Magic Dragon loves to perform. He is less fond of losing money.
Veteran Vegas producer Pat Caddick was heading up “This Is Christmas,” which had been scheduled to open Friday.
The entertainer promises a full-career experience in “Donny,” opening in August 2021.
Terry Fator has followed through with his plans to reopen at an MGM Resorts international venue. His ventriloquial production returns for a limited run Thanksgiving Day.
“Zumanity,” Cirque du Soleil’s adult production at New York-New York, employed about 120 artists, crew and support staff. The show is closing after 17 years and 7,700 shows.
David Copperfield says “an abundance of caution” has forced his show to halt after 17 performances.
Rise, a grassroots initiative, is spearheaded by none other than Franco Dragone, who clearly wants to return to Vegas.
“Extravagana’s” reopening date is just ahead of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s two-week deadline for COVID numbers to trend downward.
“Sexxy” creator Jen Romas is planning a weekend dinner show at Larry Flint’s Hustler Club: “We get to perform, we get to be innovative and we get to have fun.”
Only on the Las Vegas Strip can you see an international headliner in a 250-seat room, and a dance troupe in an arena.
The adult revue “Fantasy,” running for 21 years in the hotel-casino, is moving out of the Atrium Showroom to the larger theater so it can follow COVID-19 reopening protocols.
Rocky Dale Davis, one of Las Vegas’ most promising comedians, finds a way to keeping doing stand-up amid the coronavirus shutdown. Yes, goats are involved.
We knew, at some point, a new production show would premiere on the Las Vegas Strip during COVID reopening. It has arrived, appropriately wrapped as a Christmas present.