Vegas! The Show is the epitome of a classic Vegas production performing at 7 & 9pm nightly at the Saxe Theater within Miracle Mile at Planet Hollywood.
This HUGE production celebrates iconic moments from the Capital of Entertainment’s long history of variety performed by 40 singers and dancers and 11, on-stage musicians.
This show has dazzling costumes, remarkable vocals, wonderful ‘spec’ acts as well as exhilarating and contemporary choreography.
VEGAS! The Show is a joyful 80 minute romp of classic variety. It’s 5* value for money.
With nods to The Rat Pack & Elvis – this is not a tacky tribute show, it pays homage to the towns Stars of yesteryear.
The dancers are beautiful and the hits are performed by Broadway actors – there’s no parody here, these guys vocally knock it out of the park.
To hear a huge Live band (with brass) was thrilling – and so rare these days.
“VEGAS! The Show” is one of the last classy, variety, ‘showgirl’ productions (for all of the family) in Sin City.
It’s perfectly lit, beautifully staged and produced and packed with huge talent.
This is certainly 5* value for money with tickets from just $60 if you search well.
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Las Vegas was built on unadulterated unique talents. Producer David Saxe has made it his life’s work to keep these Stars and shows on the stage.
VEGAS! The Show features a sensational juggling, comedy dance act & a brilliant hoola hoop guy – all of which have clearly dedicated their lives to master and craft of their act.
This show uses iconic Vegas imagery and opens at the Las Vegas’ Neon Museum and tells the story of the towns development from sand to an empire.
You get glamour and glitz with stunning costumes.
Many of the scenes include Vegas showgirls – men in tuxedos and gals in gorgeous gowns – I love it! This is proper Vegas entertainment!
It starts in the 1960s, arguably one of the biggest decades in Showbiz and Vegas history. Where else, but we start with the Rat Pack who played the Copa Room at the Sands…
Star of Tarzan on Broadway & Peepshow, Josh Strickland, oozes confidence, charisma and vocal power throughout as he sings Sinatra, Elvis & Elton. Again, this is not an imitation, it’s a theatrical tribute from a man clearly born to be on the stage and face an adoring crowd.
I just loved Elyse Branch and Derek Adams – such huge talents and glorious voices as Tina, Gladys & Sammy Davis respectively.
This show is old school but done with grace, class and glamour which makes it perfectly contemporary in 2016.
Long may VEGAS! The Show reign – 5* value for money!
Review by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 14th May 2016.