Frank Marino

Strip headliners joining forces in the name of charity

Charities often struggle with raising money and can fall victim to the old adage, you need money to make money. Some Las Vegas charities decide to host events to raise money, but if the entertainment is sparse to non-existent, selling tickets to people other than ardent supporters can be tricky…

Vegas’ favorite drag queen puts a face to a new name

Queen of the Strip Frank Marino is the new face of Dagarcamelle Cosmetics — a makeup line that caters to transgendered individuals. “It’s also for anybody, but it’s … brighter colors [and] it’s really theatrical,” Marino said. He compared the products, which he uses on stage, to MAC and Makeup…

Wigging Out in Las Vegas

Welcome to the city of fabulous stage hair By Renée LiButtiVEGAS.com The wigs you see onstage in Las Vegas have no equal in the world of theater. Some are like works of art, while others are the results of ongoing experiments in mane technology. Long or cropped, gleaming or streaming,…

The Ultimate Illusions in Vegas

  Everywhere you look on the Las Vegas Strip you’ll see something that isn’t what it seems. Hotels look like famous landmarks and everyday people can look like high rollers. Entertainers are in on it too. Show girls captivate audiences with sequins and feathers while magicians mystify by making cars…

Don’t leave Vegas without an impression

With the recent addition of Frank Caliendo to the roster of masterful impressionists in Vegas, there’s practically no area these funny people don’t cover: sportscasters, singers (dead and alive), politicians, athletes, cartoon characters, movie actors and even fellow comedians. Here are some noteworthy examples. Frank Caliendo, a former cast member of…