As a spoiler alert I am going to discuss the differences between the Vegas production and the regular production, so be warned I may be giving away some of the "surprises" of the show! Since many peop
Although the gambling tables and slot machines at the Riviera stand increasingly empty, the venerable hotel proves itself able to cram more and yet more entertainment into its showrooms. Earlier...
Not so long ago, if you wanted to see the best topless show "in Vegas," you actually had to drive out to Primm to see Sin City Kitties at Whiskey Pete's. That down-market casino was home to a surprisi
If you go to see Society of Seven, don't come thirsty. With but one cocktail waitress working the Gold Coast Showroom, your chances for scoring a drink are somewhere betwixt slim and none. And don't e
Tenors of Rock is a new show on the Strip and a great fit for Harrah's. Harrah's is not the biggest and most expensive hotel on the Strip, but it is a good solid place to stay for someone looking for
One of the biggest blockbuster musicals is The Lion King. Across the world this show has delighted millions of people, and of course it had to have a Vegas sized production. The Lion King replaced Mam
Mind-readers come and go on the Las Vegas Strip but none matches Gerry McCambridge, whose The Mentalist Live is currently enjoying a long run at the V Theater. You're certain to enjoy yourself but how
"All Filler! No Killer!" That could be the tagline for V: The Ultimate Variety Show at the eponymous V Theater. But even at V's steep ticket price, that wouldn't be entirely fair. However, unless...
One of the most frequent - and least meaningful - catchphrases of our era goes, "It is what it is." However, when applied to the song catalogue recorded by Elvis Presley, it does mean something. An El
For three months - but perhaps no more than that - the Gilded Era opulence of the Lance Burton Theater is playing host to Vintage Vegas, a crazy-quilt revue starring local tribute duo Zowie Bowie. So
Zumanity is a cabaret style show that celebrates human sexuality. Unlike other Cirque Du Soleil shows which have enormous stages, Zumanity is housed in a small intimate theatre. Upon entering the thea