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Absinthe is currently running at Caesars Palace and is described by producers as an “acro-cabaret variety show.” Think of it as Cirque du Soleil meets The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The stupefying production is done in the round which puts the audience so close to the action that they can see the performers sweat. Promotional material contains the byline “If you only see one show in your entire life, make it Absinthe.”
As odd as it sounds, Evil Dead The Musical is for people who love musicals and for people who hate them. It’s not even necessary to have seen the movies to enjoy this riotous show. What do you need to see Evil Dead The Musical besides tickets and a couple of free hours? Well, if you think it’s fun to have fun then you’ll love this horror tale set to music. You can see Evil Dead The Musical at the V Theater at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
At the Crown Theater and Nightclub, located at the Rio Hotel, you’ll be transported to an era when singers could actual sing and their songs made you smile as much as they made you tap your feet. We are of course talking about the classic Vegas show, The Rat Pack Is Back. This awesome tribute to Frank, Dean, Sammy, and Joey has been delighting fans for more than a decade and has sold more than half a million tickets. The Rat Pack Is Back will transport you to a swinging time in the strip’s history.
The aforementioned shows are just three examples of the great entertainment found in Las Vegas. Yes, Sin City offers visitors much more than slot machines, poker tables, and sports books. In many regards, Las Vegas is the live entertainment capital of the world. Nightly, the city hosts music, variety, magic, tribute, and adult shows. Examples of shows currently running in Las Vegas include Gregory Popovich Comedy Pet Theater; Vegas! The Show; Tournament of Kings; and Mac King Comedy Magic Show. The City of Lost Wages also books some of the world’s biggest stars for long Las Vegas runs. Performers who’ve had Vegas residency shows, either in the past or currently, include Cher, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Barry Manilow, Louie Anderson, David Copperfield, and Penn & Teller.
Don’t travel to Manhattan to see great musicals, just travel to Las Vegas. The Tony Award winning musical Jersey Boys is currently running at the Paris Hotel, the dynamic Million Dollar Quartet is housed at Harrah’s Showroom, and Menopause – The Musical runs at the Atrium Showroom inside the Luxor Hotel. If that’s not enough choices for you there’s always Cirque Di Soleil. The world renowned new age circus has eight shows running in Vegas: “O,” Michael Jackson ONE, Mystere, The Beatles Love, Chriss Angel Believe, Zarkana, and Zumanity.