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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.
Note: Now playing at the Tommy Wind Theater
Vinnie Favorito is playing inside the showroom at O'Shea's Casino. He is right in the heart of the Strip, but it still takes a bit of looking to find him. Quick-witted and hilarious, Favorito fills the night with non-stop laughter as he plays on current events and preys on the audience. He is a comic that has earned the right to have his own showroom with an open-ended run.
Full Review of Vinnie Favorito
Hitzville - The Show
"Hitzville: The Show" is playing inside the V Theater at the Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood. This production recounts some of the greatest hits from the Motown era. Its upbeat style, fabulous singers, and terrific bands make that show a delight to hear and see. "Hitzville" takes you on a journey through time with the best of Motown, going from town to town, and featuring the music of Tina Turner, The Drifters, Diana Ross, the Temptations, the Four Tops, and many more. The show says that it stars Jin-Jin Reeves, but the fact of the matter is that all of the performers and musicians in this production are stars. Everyone has a featured spot in the show, and everyone has a chance to shine...and they do.
Full Review of Hitzville - The Show
Spy Escape and Evasion
"Spy Escape & Evasion the Show" is playing at the showroom inside the Statosphere Hotel & Casino. This 75-minute spy craft stage show hosted by Ex-CIA Officer Jason Hanson is designed to teach, inform and entertain individuals and their families. After almost a decade in the CIA, Hanson brings real-world spy safety experience and techniques direct to audiences, teaching critical skills and valuable information that 99 percent of Americans will never know or have access to learn, until now...well, that's what the show promo says... It is a lecture demo that is moderately entertaining, but more than that, it is a long sales pitch to get you to purchase everything that you see in the show.
Full Review of Spy Escape and Evasion