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Second annual Cirque Week in Vegas

Second annual Cirque Week in Vegas

 By Caroline Fontein VEGAS.com Cirque du Soleil draws back the curtain and gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at their shows in Vegas for the second annual Cirque Week on December 1 – 10. With seven ongoing shows in the Entertainment Capital of the World and one touring production, this week-long event provides fans with an [...]

Vegas Weekender: Vegas is all about variety

Vegas Weekender: Vegas is all about variety

  Shows It’s pretty much an unspoken rule that when producer David Saxe puts on a show, you know it’s going to be good – and this one is no exception. “VEGAS! The Show” packs decades of Vegas entertainment into a convenient 90-minute package, celebrating the performers of yesteryear and asking what it might be [...]

Vegas Weekender: Make a splash in Vegas

Vegas Weekender: Make a splash in Vegas

Pamper yourself poolside or get your party on, this weekend in Vegas is all about making a splash. Caesars Palace, the Rio and Flamingo add to the pool-life scene by offering poolside massages and other spa treatments for the utmost in luxury and relaxation under the sun. Revelers who want to party poolside after the [...]

Vegas shows for the ages

Vegas shows for the ages

By Caroline Fontein VEGAS.com The entire family is coming with you to Vegas, and you want to see a show. There are plenty of options to choose from in the Entertainment Capital of the World, but ensuring that you book the best-suited show for your age group is something to consider. You might have young kids who’ll [...]

Extreme entertainment: Vegas’ multimillion-dollar stages redefine the show experience

Extreme entertainment: Vegas’ multimillion-dollar stages redefine the show experience

By Caroline Fontein VEGAS.com As the Entertainment Capital of the World, Vegas is home to numerous grand-scale productions, but the performers aren’t the only stars of these shows. The stages are equally impressive. Stages for “O,” “KÀ,” “LOVE” and “Le Rêve,” which cost millions of dollars to create and take large staffs of technicians to [...]

Puppet power

Puppet power

Puppetry may appear to be an incongruous fit with a town whose nickname is “Sin City.” It is often stereotyped as “for the kids.” For many, children’s televisions shows like “Howdy Doody,” “The Muppet Show,” and “Sesame Street” were their first introduction to puppetry. But puppetry occupies headline roles in numerous top Las Vegas shows including Disney’s [...]

Go behind the scenes with the crab and starfish of “KÀ”

Go backstage with the performers of “KÀ” as they demonstrate the acrobatics necessary to transform a man into a crab.

Learn shadow puppetry with the cast of “KÀ”

Go backstage with the performers of “KÀ” as they demonstrate shadow puppetry.

The power of puppetry

The power of puppetry

By Jennifer Whitehair Vegas.com In 1989 a puppet army invaded the Las Vegas Strip. Using classic puppetry techniques, designer Michael Curry transformed 12 female dancers into a golden army of more than 160 marching figures for Siegfried & Roy’s show at the Mirage. Twenty years later, puppetry occupies headline roles in numerous top Las Vegas [...]

Learn shadow puppetry with the cast of “KÀ”

Learn shadow puppetry with the cast of “KÀ”

Go backstage with the performers of “KÀ” as they demonstrate shadow puppetry.

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