Published on : Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Keeping the traumatic times of the past year, you take even the supposed smallest things as a positive sign and a major victory in the face of the pandemic.
Writer John Katsilometes of the Las Vegas Review-Journal during his reporting have recently discovered something routine that sends an indication that one of the most popular tourist destinations of the world is getting back to its normal situation.
What exactly did John Katsilometes find?
Right now, several shows and productions back on the Las Vegas Strip and for sale.
Of course the capacity of such shows has been reduced, to follow social distancing. However, right now, Katsilometes found 39 shows one can choose from. That’s not exactly the same it used to happen normally like 150 a week in Las Vegas but certainly a step in the right direction.
To quote Matt Stabile of Stabile Productions told Katsilometes, “It’s pretty impressive, considering that we had like five shows going when we started reopening. But there is demand. The town is getting much busier. All of our shows have been selling out. It’s a lower capacity, of course, but it has been crazy, all week.”
Here are top 3 shows available as of March 15:
Caesars Palace: “Absinthe,” returning March 17, Spiegeltent at Roman Plaza.
Harrah’s: “X Country” at Harrah’s Cabaret. “Tape Face” at Harrah’s Showroom.
Flamingo: Piff The Magic Dragon, Flamingo Showroom. “X Burlesque,” X Burlesque Theatre.
Bally’s: “Extravaganza,” Jubliee Theater.
Rich Little, Murray Sawchuck, Laugh Factory comedy lineup, Laugh Factory Comedy Club.
MGM Resorts International
MGM Grand: David Copperfield, David Copperfield Theater. Jabbawockeez, MGM Grand Garden Arena. Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club, Underground promenade.
New York-New York: Terry Fator, returning March 18, New York-New York Theater (former Zumanity Theater).
Luxor: Carrot Top, “Fantasy,” Luxor Theater.
Excalibur: “Australian Bee Gees Show,” “Thunder From Down Under,” Thunderland Showroom.
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