Curtain Up: “Sexxy”, “iLuminate”, Erykah Badu & More Vegas Showbiz News

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iLuminate “promises to be unlike anything Las Vegas has seen before.

Jennifer romas Brings “sexy“Back to Westgate Cabaret, well, starting next week on August 6, but the star dancer, choreographer and producer of the popular women’s magazine isn’t interrupting the nighttime version of the show she started doing. Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club in December. She keeps all the “Sexxy” going, with plans for expansion.

Romas and the Westgate announced the return of the show this week, which will take place every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 10 p.m. in the intimate theater which also currently hosts “The Magic of Jen Kramer” and “Soul of Motown” and will soon be doing so. up to the Bronx Wanderers and George Wallace too. It will be quite different from the pre-pandemic “Sexxy”, including the addition of a sensational singer. Anne Martinez, some new dancers and a lot of new music, choreography and costumes.

“It’s kind of like I go back to the start when I had three weeks to put on this show,” jokes Romas, who sadly tossed and launched “Sexxy” at Westgate as a limited engagement that turned into a race. six years. “But at the end of the day, I am so grateful and I feel very blessed. Am I stressing out right now? Sure. But we’re going to do what we’re doing and come out strong, and if the girls have a good show and people come out happy and hopefully a little bit horny, then we’ve done our job.

Romas has actually grown his business significantly during the pandemic, first keeping his cast and crew busy with a series of drive-thru shows last summer to meet COVID restrictions and requirements, and then later in the year. year by throwing the “Sexxy After Dark” dinner show at the Hustler Club just south of the Strip. This show continues Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. (the show starts at 9:30 a.m.) and Romas can turn his more experienced dancers through both productions.

Once the Westgate show runs smoothly, she plans to expand the ‘After Dark’ edition to two more towns with gentlemen’s clubs operated by the same company.

“I am delighted to be working with both Westgate teams at the Hustler Club and now I employ three times as many people as before,” says Romas. “The entertainment is back and I’m so happy to be able to do what we’re doing right now. The partnership with the Hustler team was a very important step and it pushed me to work differently and to understand certain things. “

Shows that had plans in closed Caesars Entertainment theaters continue to report openings in other locations and the latest is the highly anticipated “Illuminate”Production created by dancer and software engineer Miral Kotb. Originally slated for a Spring 2020 opening at Planet Hollywood’s Sin City Theater, this dance-centric hi-tech innovation is now set to debut in Las Vegas on August 26 at Strategic theater, when the property partnership with SPI Entertainment continues to deliver exciting results. With a start time of 10pm Wednesday through Monday, “iLuminate” promises to be the show of the party in a stacked rotation that also includes “Banachek’s Mind Games Live”, “Xavier Mortimer: The Dream Maker”, “MJ Live “and later this year,” Sammy Hagar & Friends “. The lighting effects and stunning choreography behind “iLuminate” earned it the title of “Best New Act in America” on “America’s Got Talent” and the Strip entertainment industry can’t wait to see how these unique performances translate into one. Vegas space.

New Las Vegas concert announcements this week include: Pop boy band 98 degrees returns on stage on September 16 at Mandalay Bay Beach; Influential latino rock band Camila will land at Tropicana September 18 during his Luz Tour; and the R&B favorite Erykah Badu will happen at Craig Ranch Amphitheater in North Las Vegas on October 24.

Is there nothing space will not do? From this weekend and continuing every Sunday in August, a family production of “Alice in Wonderland”Takes over the off-Strip community entertainment venue, which will run at 2pm with $ 25 tickets. DLUX puppets anchors the production, with all of the characters who meet Alice being designed and animated by Derek Lux while his wife Lauren plays the protagonist.

Next month’s live music lineup at Underground speakeasy at the Mob Museum, the city center is impressive to say the least. Amanda King sings on August 6 and 21, Colte Julian occurs on August 7 and 28, Nieve Malandra will be there on August 13, Shaun DeGraff occurs on August 14 and 20 and Kai brent takes over on August 27. If this return point is not part of your rotation, add it.

Two intriguing burlesque events are to come. “Legendary: icons of Las Vegas from the golden age of burlesque”, a benefit for the Burlesque Hall of Fame Museum, is set for August 7 at Majestic repertory theater. Bambi Jones will receive the Living Legend of the Year award while performers include Shannon Doah, Tiffany Carter, Gypsy Louise, Lovey Goldmine, Georgette Dante and more. Tickets cost $ 35 and are available on Eventbrite. And Centerfolds Cabaret on Paradise Road will debut “A Touch of Burlesque” on August 12, with each show Wednesday through Sunday at 11:00 pm featuring six guest artists from different Las Vegas shows. Tickets cost $ 50 and include limousine transportation and more information is available at atouchofburlesquelv.com.

Another date to remember is September 25 when Aid for AIDS of Nevada’s 35th annual Black and white party will take over Las vegas hotels. This year’s theme is “Welcome to the Jungle”. Keep in touch at afanlv.org.


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