The award-winning off-Broadway show Toxic Audio, an a cappella sensation, has opened at the V Theater located at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and is performing nightly.
Toxic Audio's five-member group uses no instruments and only the human voice to create a complete theatrical a cappella experience. They are the winner of the Drama Desk Award for "The Most Unique Theatrical Experience in America" and were voted No. 1 in the Wall Street Journal / Zagat Theater Survey surpassing Lion King and Beauty and the Beast.
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Fresh off an appearance on Oprah's show, Fan Yang and his Mega Bubble Show has burst onto the Las Vegas scene with 13 shows a week in the $35 million Steve Wyrick Theatre at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. Tickets for the "unbubblievable" off-Broadway hit are $32.50, $42.50 and $69.50 for Bubble Zone VIP seating, call 702-777-9974. Shows are Saturday - Thursday at 1 and 3 p.m., with an additional show on Saturday at 11 a.m.
The interactive stage production has lighting effects, lasers, and awesome displays of bubble mastery by Yang, the production's creator and 14-time Guinness World Record holder.
Yang has been featured on every major talk show. Over the past two decades, Yang has explored the fragile and wondrous world of soap bubbles and has emerged with a completely new form of entertainment. He is a world-renowned Bubble Scientist and international performer. Fan has created "The Ultimate Bubble Toy" and with a special bubble solution - "the secret formula" -he can create stunning bubble elements such as bubbles inside a bubble, bouncing bubbles, mega-bubbles, etc.
The MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris will hold the first American auditions, March 3-6, in the Crazy Horse Group's history that began in 1951, to select three ladies to join the Parisian dance troupe. To perform a Crazy Horse routine, dancers must have formal dance training, a certain body type and a natural sophistication.
The audition process will last four days. Concluding the open casting call, 12 finalists will be selected for the remaining audition process in the show's cabaret room to narrow the finalists down to three.
The winners will be announced at Tabú Ultra Lounge on Thursday, March 6 at a public party hosted by the celebrity guest judge. After the celebration, the winners will be flown to Paris, France, where they will receive formal training for two months. For information, call 702-334-4518.
Pauly Shore will be co-headlining with his dad Sammy Shore at The Orleans, March 7 and 8. Tickets for the 11 p.m. shows in the 827-seat showroom are priced from $29.95, call 702-365-7075.
Over the past few years, Pauly has completed a myriad of movie and television projects. Last year, he was seen as comedy legend Lenny Bruce in the television movie Hefner: Unauthorized. He also made an unpredictable documentary Spooge: Two Months in the Life of..., best described as Roger & Me meets Truth or Dare. Pauly was most recently seen in the TBS hit series Minding the Store which he produced and starred in.
Comedian Legend Sammy Shore is the man who made Elvis laugh. An American legend who founded The Comedy Club Store on the Sunset Strip was hand-picked by Colonel Parker to be Elvis' opening act during the King's infamous 1969 - 1972 Comeback Tour in Las Vegas.
Sammy's comedic talents are featured on a CD entitled, A Senior Sensation features "70 Sucks: You're OK, I'm Decaying." The CD also features Sammy's touching hit song Young Again.
Defending the Caveman, the comedy show about men and women at the Golden Nugget, has announced a nationwide wedding contest, "I Now Pronounce You Hunter and Gatherer," to hunt down America's most "cave-like" couple. The deadline for submission is Feb. 29, and all contest details can be found at www.goldennugget.com.
Adventurous couples who have dreamed of a Las Vegas wedding or those who would like to renew their vows are encouraged to submit a creative three-minute video explaining why their relationship is similar to that of cave people. The winning "Hunter and Gatherer" will be flown to Las Vegas for a VIP weekend where they will be treated to a luxurious two-night stay in a newly renovated Golden Nugget suite, a complimentary wedding conducted by the show's star Kevin Burke on stage after a performance of Defending the Caveman, spa treatments at The Spa, dinner at Red Sushi, round trip air fare for two, limousine service, a wedding day photo package, bridal bouquet and boutonnieres and a wedding cake.
Having recently attended the new Pole Position Raceway's grand opening party, it's unquestionably a fun indoor track located on Arville across the street from the Palms featuring electric karts that can go 45 mph on an indoor course. This night was special with many racing celebs in attendance and some even competing in a 12-lap race.
Sam Schmidt, who won an Indy race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway before having a crippling accident, was among the notables. There was also NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Kurt Busch, Robbie Gordon and Jason Leffler, ESPN / ABC reporter Jamie Little, former Indy 500 Champion Al Unser, Jr., Indy Pro series driver Al Unser III, X-Games Gold Medalist Ken Block, four-time World Hill Climb Champion Kerry Peterson, Steve Harwell, lead singer of the band Smashmouth, and motorsports helmet painter Jason Beam.
Actor John O'Hurley has returned to his role as King Arthur in Spamalot at Wynn. He left the show last September to do a 21-city tour promoting his new book, Before Your Dog Can Eat Your Homework, First You Have To Do It - Life Lessons from a Wise Old Dog to a Young Boy. He also hosted the National Dog Show.
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