Sehr unterhaltsame Vegas-Show im Saxe Theater im Miracle Miles Center (Planet Hollywood). Dauert ca. 1Std 20min, zwei mal täglich im relativ kleinen. Siehe Vegas! Die Show im Saxe Theater - Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino am Sonntag, Januar Uhr, ohne versteckte Gebühren zu bezahlen. Siehe Vegas! Die Show im Saxe Theater - Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino am Donnerstag, Dezember Uhr, ohne versteckte Gebühren zu.
75 Minute Vegas! Vegas! The ShowTauchen Sie in die glorreichsten Zeiten der Unterhaltungshauptstadt Las Vegas ein mit VEGAS! THE SHOW, einer Show im Broadway-Stil von David Saxe. Schnelle und unkomplizierte Buchung - VEGAS! The Show – Aufführung in Las Vegas. Garantiert bester Preis im Netz! Siehe Vegas! Die Show im Saxe Theater - Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino am Sonntag, Januar Uhr, ohne versteckte Gebühren zu bezahlen.
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He1ena wrote a review Mar. West Palm Beach, Florida 9 contributions 10 helpful votes. Great Show. We didn't want to break the bank on expensive shows, and this was at our hotel.
We enjoyed it, I would compare it to a cruise show. We enjoyed it a lot, a professional variety show. Read more. Date of experience: October Brenda R wrote a review Mar.
Good show. Review of: VEGAS! THE SHOW at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. Good dancers. Good music. Only disappointment was the Elvis impersonator.
Really enjoyed the hoola hoops. Date of experience: March Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. Namespaces Article Talk.
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Download as PDF Printable version. Titles for the Vegas pilot. Detective fiction. Michael Mann. Robert Urich Phyllis Davis Bart Braverman Tony Curtis Naomi Stevens Judy Landers Greg Morris.
John Beal Dominic Frontiere Artie Kane. GUEST REVIEWS Loading Rated 3 out of 5 by Mio from Really good show Muy bien show.
Me gusto mucho los vestuarios y la interaccion de los personajes con el public. Excelente tiempo de duraccion. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AustinD from Very Entertaining It was a great show- lots of good numbers and high energy.
Had a great time. Appreciated that they did not cancel the show due to all the shutdowns here recently- was probably the last show before they did have to shut down.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jimkae from Great features It was a beautiful show! I love how we saw the changes over the decades and kept the memories alive.
Wonderful show. A must see! Rated 5 out of 5 by McScott from High Quality Singing and Dancing I love live performances.
There was a ton of talent on that stage. Enjoyable from start to finish. I loved it. His mom was a showgirl in Folies Bergere and his dad, a saxophone player and bandleader for The Rat Pack.
For more than 20 years, he dreamed of bringing the story of Las Vegas to the stage… elaborate costumes, booming musical numbers, a classic Vegas vibe!
Creating VEGAS! THE SHOW is his way of keeping the legacy alive! In season three, Mary is rehired and promoted to hotel manager. In season four, she helps her stepmother and half sisters testify against her father — a case which is lost because of his connections.
In the episode "Bare Chested in the Park", she is shown purchasing a revolver to shoot her father in the season-four finale. She is involved in a relationship with Danny, who proposes to her in season two — she accepts, then later calls off the engagement.
Mary is hiding from the law for her part in her father's murder, but is apparently safe, as she sends Danny a photo with a house and white picket fence her dream house.
Nessa Holt Marsha Thomason , also known as "The Ice Queen", is the former head pit boss of the Montecito and is described as "the best pit boss in Las Vegas".
She was born in Manchester, England, and has a shady past due to her father's connections with Ed Deline. Her father was a well-known gambler, cheater, and con artist, who was forcefully recruited into the CIA and faked his death.
Nessa was raised by Ed and Jillian for some years, and is referred to as a sister to Delinda. At the opening of season three, Nessa is explained to have left Las Vegas and been given a new identity to be able to live with her father and long-lost sister.
Nessa fails to say goodbye to Mike, although they were getting closer to a relationship. Cooper Tom Selleck is the new owner of the Montecito as of He is a former Marine and cattle rancher from Wyoming who stirs things up at the casino.
On his first day, he allows an oncologist to avoid jail for cheating the Montecito by making him lose his winnings and promise not to return to Las Vegas again.
In "Run Cooper Run", Cooper was revealed as a black ops Marine in the Vietnam War and awarded the Bronze Star for his work. He was a Marine who served in the Battle of Khe Sanh , a day siege in which outnumbered Marines fought off and killed between 10 and 15 thousand NVA regulars as told by Danny in the episode.
In "Sex, Lies and Lamaze", Cooper admits that he was best friends with Piper's father, a fellow Marine. Before Piper's father died, Cooper promised he would watch over Piper.
Cooper also owns condominiums in Florida, the largest paper mill in Wisconsin , the largest cattle ranch in Wyoming , and a high-tech company in California.
In the season-five finale, Cooper tells the Montecito workers he must go to New York and take care of some lawsuits filed against him by Vic Manning.
Later, Mitch alerts Danny that the Montecito's jet has crashed in Colorado. The news reports say only one of the pilots survived. In lieu of the planned triple wedding, Danny and Mike set up a memorial service for Cooper's presumed death.
During the final moments of the show, Cooper arrives at the service and appears to be fine. Piper Nielsen Camille Guaty , the newest concierge of the Montecito, is introduced in season five.
She frequently socializes with both Sam and Delinda. In the episode "The Glass is Always Cleaner", she is arrested at a rave party with Sam and has to be bailed out by Mike.
In her first episode, she states she is just 22 years old, but later slips and says she is Piper never knew who her father was, but her father was revealed to be a Marine who was Cooper's best friend during the Vietnam War.
He died sometime after Vietnam. Before he died, Cooper promised him that he would keep an eye on Piper. Mike and Piper were married in season five.
With the help of Cooper and Delinda, she won a magazine award as Las Vegas' best concierge. Mitch Sassen Mitch Longley is a regular member of the surveillance team, and like the actor who plays him, he is paraplegic and uses a wheelchair.
Mitch has a recurring role from season one through season five. Polly Suzanne Whang , is a Korean manicurist in the Montecito's spa, who has recently formed a friendship with A.
Polly is always open about discussing her sexual experience, such as claiming she was one of Wilt Chamberlain 's 20, partners in "2 on 2".
Sam once gave Ed a full body massage from Polly for Christmas, in which Polly attempted to give Ed a "happy ending".
Luis Perez Guy Ecker , a Las Vegas Police detective, is a childhood friend of Danny and Mary, and friend of Ed Deline and his team.
He was also a former Marine whose unit was recalled for service in Iraq. In the episode "One Nation, Under Surveillance", he asks Danny about his experience in the war and what to expect.
Luis dies the first week sent in the war. In the episode "Letter, Lawyers and Loose Women", a funeral is held in his honor with Ed and everyone attending, and he is discovered to have a child whose existence was unknown to him.
Kathy Berson Rikki Klieman is the Montecito's main legal adviser and lawyer. If any legal issues arise, Kathy is the first person whom everyone asks.
Kathy helps Ed, Cooper, and Danny with many of their problems over the course of the show. Jillian Deline Cheryl Ladd is Ed's wife and Delinda's mother.
Jillian expressed growing resentment of Ed's time on the job, and admits this to her daughter, Delinda, at the end of season four. In the season-four finale, Jillian said she would leave Ed if he decided to purchase the Montecito.
In the opening of season five, she is revealed to support Ed's decision for better or worse after learning of her future grandchild.
She leaves Ed after they move away under sketchy circumstances.