Las Vegas (PRWEB) July 15, 2015
Comedians, musicians, magicians – everywhere tourists turn in Las Vegas they can find one of these shows. However, the city is not regarded as the Entertainment Capital of the World for just these kinds of acts. According to Tripps Travel Network, a leading travel provider, there are a wide variety of acts visitors can catch while vacationing in Sin City. Since it can be overwhelming sorting through the myriad websites on the topic of entertainment in Las Vegas, Tripps Travel Network has put together its list of some of the more unique acts travelers should catch while visiting here this summer.
Tony and Tina’s Wedding: People who want to eat great Italian food while witnessing how a marriage celebration shouldn’t happen will get a kick out of “Tony and Tina’s Wedding,” held nightly at Bally’s. The chaos of the Vitale/Nunzio nuptials is on display throughout the night starting the moment guests arrive. The lovebirds’ quarreling families and crazy friends are mingling around the tables and bar, making each attendee a part of the show. Having opened in New York City in 1988, “Tony and Tina’s Wedding” is now the longest-running show in off-Broadway history.
Gregory Popovich's Comedy Pet Theater: In a show for all ages, visitors to world-renowned circus performer Gregory Popovich’s Comedy Pet Theatre will see pets perform an impressive array of stunts. During this charming afternoon show, dogs of all ages will jump rope and bark out answers to a math problems, while felines balance on balls and move swiftly across two bars like a gymnast. Audiences are also in for a treat watching Popovich juggle with creative props, a skill that has earned him five international juggling awards and made him a member of the Guinness Book of World Records. Vacationers can catch his show at Planet Hollywood’s V Theater.
50 Shades! The Musical: Anyone who has lived on the sunny side of a rock has heard of "Fifty Shades of Grey," author E.L. James’ S&M series of books. Feeling that "Fifty Shades" was ripe for a parody, six writers turned the three books into a seven-person ensemble show called "50 Shades! The Musical." While show maintains the books’ racy themes, there is plenty of comedy mixed in, too. The premise of the show is how three members of a ladies' book club react to Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey's saucy love story. As they read, the scenes play out on stage. Tripps Travel Network says this show, which is playing at Bally’s, is for adults only.
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