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Las Vegas Show Reviews
Here you will find Las Vegas Show reviews written by Chuck Rounds. Use Top Menu to find the review you are looking for. Also be sure to read Chuck's monthly Las Vegas Entertainment Newsletter
"Sexxy" is playing in the Shimmer Cabaret at the Westgate Resort. This adult dance review is led
by choreographer, director, and producer, Jennifer Romas. The show has just celebrated two and a
half years and roughly 500 shows...and accomplishment that is not easy to come by. Initially,
show had been put together in less than a month with the help of veteran producer Blair
Farrington. Romas made a lot of good choices with this, her first production, primarily casting
wonderful and talented people. She, herself, is one of the best pole dancers in Las Vegas, as
well as a great and sexy dancer. Svetlana Ghetman is one of the best aerialists in town, and
Gabriella Versace is a wonderful singer/bombshell, and rounding out the cast is a group of top-
notch dancers. And now, two and a half years later, the show has gotten even better.
Full Review of Sexxy
Pin Up is playing in the showroom at the Stratosphere Hotel & Casino. It is a fun dance and
musical production that has really turned out to be a top notch show. The show stars Claire
Sinclair---the 2011 Playboy Playmate of the Year, and includes a great cast of dancers, a
wonderful singer, and a great band. The show is a celebration of the "pin up," and each of the
numbers tracks its way through the calendar year. It is well done and a lot of fun.
Full Review of Pin Up
Menopause the Musical
NOTE: Now playing at Harrah's
Menopause the Musical is playing at the Shimmer Cabaret inside the Las Vegas Hilton. Inspired
by a hot flash and a bottle of wine, writer/producer Jeanie Linders created the show as a
celebration of women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived "the change."
Since its first performance, the show has evolved as a "grassroots" movement of women who deal
with life after 40 and all the challenges that result in the mental, physical and spiritual
freedom of over 38 million post WW2 baby boomer female.
Full Review of Menopause the Musical
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