Las Vegas Shows

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Any Las Vegas entertainer who invites audience members to participate in a show takes a huge leap of faith. The best performers in Las Vegas not only take the chance by inviting this interaction but thrive when it doesn’t always work out as planned. Such is the case with The Mac King Comedy Magic Show where Mac, a magician and […]

Mac King at Harrah’s

One of the most popular and highly acclaimed shows on the Las Vegas Strip is the Tony award-winning Jersey Boys. Originally performed on Broadway in New York City, this show has been in Las Vegas since May 3, 2008 (Frankie Valli’s 74th birthday!), and it continues to sell out on a fairly consistent basis. The show follows the history of […]

Jersey Boys at The Palazzo

Though the shows in Las Vegas can’t please everyone, part of the purpose behind V – The Ultimate Variety Show is to serve up a variety of acts to entertain a variety of people. The show opens with Wally Eastwood, a world-renowned juggler and emcee for the duration of the show, who revisits the stage frequently between acts. He easily […]

V – The Ultimate Variety Show at V Theater, Planet ...

When they signed up to compete in the first season of America’s Best Dance Crew, the troupe known as the Jabbawockeez probably had no idea how popular they would become. Originally a seven-member dance team, the crew now consists of more than a dozen dancers and is the main stage production at Monte Carlo in Las Vegas. The show is […]

Jabbawockeez MUS.I.C. at Monte Carlo

Put all your preconceived notions to bed right now. Just because this Las Vegas show is called Menopause does not mean it’s reserved for women only. Admittedly, this is not a show for kids (you have to be 18 to get in), but women who have “gone through the change” or are experiencing it right now as well as the […]

Menopause the Musical at Luxor Las Vegas

Many Las Vegas shows have a shtick: They’re magic shows or boast an array of contortionists and acrobats. Or perhaps they feature a specific stand-up comedian or are specifically designed as large-scale production shows with plots and characters. The beauty of Vegas! The Show is that it’s a little bit of everything. It’s a touch of magic, a bit of […]

Vegas! The Show at Saxe Theater, Planet Hollywood

Considered one of the most memorable, impressive and romantic shows in Las Vegas, Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular (“Phantom” in this review) not only lives up to its hype, it far exceeds it. There are a lot of shows (Las Vegas-based, Broadway and traveling) that people enjoy, but once they’ve seen it, they move on to something new. Phantom […]

Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular at The Venetian

Editor’s note: Zen Magic is no longer showing in Las Vegas. Noted in marketing materials as Japan’s “first ladies of illusion,” Ai and Yuki are the women behind Zen Magic, a Las Vegas matinee that combines magic and illusion with aerial acrobatics. Zen Magic has a loose plot line whereby Ai and Yuki have to flex their magical muscle (along […]

Zen Magic at Saxe Theater, Planet Hollywood

Disney’s stage production of The Lion King has been winning over audiences for more than a decade. Now permanently playing at Mandalay Bay, The Lion King continues to impress crowds with its energetic, colorful performance featuring costumes, music and scenery that captivate people long after the curtain has dropped. If you’re familiar with the film version of The Lion King, […]

The Lion King at Mandalay Bay