“VEGAS THE SHOW” Plays on July 4 Weekend at the Plaza Hotel

Las Vegas, NV – Over one year ago, “Vegas The Show”made its debut to a sold-out audience at the Starbright Theater. Because of its educational and entertainment value, the Las Vegas Clark County Library District premiered “Vegas The Show” to the community on Saturday, May 10, 2:00 p.m at the Summerlin Library. Library officials and the community gave a standing ovation to this multi-media presentation.

 

On Sunday, July 6 at 4:00 p.m the show will be presented in the main showroom at the Plaza Hotel and Casino downtown Las Vegas. The show is a musical and humorous multi-media journey through the history of Las Vegas from the 1930’s to the present day, including a look into the future of Las Vegas in the year 2050.

 

Show-goers will learn some fascinating details that created the history of Las Vegas while being entertained with great music and performances by some of Las Vegas’ talented entertainers.

 

The show stars a cast of five that include singer, entertainer and television personality, Tony Sacca, comic impressionist, Tom Wallek, who will humorously narrate and portray famous characters of the past and present while guiding you through the history of Las Vegas with 75-years of video presentation decade by decade. The show also features Vegas The Show-Girls”- principal singer and dancer of Jubilee- Laurie Caceres, and singer/dancers Nellie Norris and Amanda Kaiser. These talented girls will portray famous Las Vegas entertainers from the past and present.

 

The show consists of songs that were made famous by legendary Las Vegas entertainers from the past and present including five original Las Vegas songs. Grammy Award Winner, Gary Anderson – Orchestrator / Arranger, skillfully maintained the integrity of the original music of each decade. Mr Anderson is the conductor with musical accompaniment by the Michael T Orchestra.

 

Learn and enjoy the history of Las Vegas through music and comedy with a multi-media presentation Las Vegas Style.

 

Tickets are $30 (includes entertainment tax and fees)

 

Call the Plaza Box Office at (702) 242-5444

 

For more information, contact Madeline Costanza at (702) 889-3587