Caesars Entertainment President of Entertainment Jason Gastwirth points to the company’s strong list of headliners when assesing recent entertainment cuts.
Wayne Newton is looking for a room and won’t be alone, but at least he remains in Caesars Entertainment’s plans.
The “Mindfreak” is back just after the Fourth of July holiday. Criss Angel has announced his return to his eponymous Planet Hollywood theater.
Entertainment pros in Caesars Entertainment productions had hoped this month would signal reopenings of their shows. Instead, some of those shows are being cut loose.
“Wolfgang” is directed by David Gelb of “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” fame and will debut June 25 on Disney+.
The new series follows the tense relationship between an aging Strip icon, portrayed by Jean Smart, and a young upstart.
He worked steadily as a TV actor and director in the early 1950s, but the political liberal found his career in jeopardy during the Hollywood blacklist period.
The Cosmpolitan will rock anew, Mike Epps is booked at The Venetian Theatre, and Debbie Gibson-Joey McEntyre add a date.
TV credits included a stint as co-host of “America’s Funniest People” and on the reality shows “The Surreal Life” and “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.”
Louie Anderson is set for a pair of headlining shows to work out new material Saturday and Sunday.
Handicapper Kelly Stewart, known on social media as @KellyInVegas, will serve as an analyst on “Daily Wager,” the sports betting news and information show on ESPN2.
A Las Vegas rock star and his mom will be part of a series beginning this week on streaming service Paramount+.