‘Sexy & Dangerous’ and ‘Vegas The Show’ Open Tonight May 27 at Embassy Theatre

“Sexy & Dangerous” starring Mario and Jenny from “America’s Got Talent” will open their family variety show in the Embassy Theatre at the Las Vegas Rocks Café beginning on Thursday, May 27, 2010. “Vegas The Show,” a Las Vegas history themed show starring entertainment ambassador Tony Sacca and comic impressionist Tom Wallek, will open on Wednesday, June 9, 2010.

“Sexy & Dangerous” will be an 8 p.m. show Thursday through Sunday highlighting extreme variety with death defying juggling moves, acrobatics, dance, gymnastics, celebrity star impressions and special guest balancing act extraordinaire Tino Ferreira. Tickets are $19.95 plus tax.

TV viewers embraced Mario and Jenny when they generated their mighty wallop on Season 4 of “American’s Got Talent,” and this past March, they also appeared on “NASCAR Fast Track To Fame!” Together they have toured China as headliners of the show “Iron Beats,” as well as headlined at the Las Vegas Hilton in “Monster Circus,” Fiesta, Mandalay Bay, “Beacher’s Madhouse,” Royal Caribbean Int., NCL, Holland America and Rick Thomas Korea Tour.

“Vegas The Show” will be a 2:30 p.m. afternoon program with an optional lunch offer. The show is a story in song featuring music, comedy and a multimedia journey through the history of Las Vegas. It starts from the 1930s, progresses to the present day, and includes a look into the future of Las Vegas in the year 2050. “Vegas The Show” is a registered trademark.

“Vegas The Show” stars a cast of five: singer, entertainer and television personality Tony Sacca; comic impressionist Tom Wallek; and “Vegas The Show-Girls”- principal singer/dancer of “Jubilee!” – Laurie Caceres, and singers/dancers Nellie Norris and Amanda Kaiser. Tickets are $19.95 plus tax and lunch is an extra $5.

Wallek humorously narrates the show and portrays famous characters from the past and present while he guides the audience through the history of Las Vegas while presenting 75-years of video…decade by decade. The ladies in the show portray famous Las Vegas entertainers from the past and present.

The show consists of songs made famous by legendary Las Vegas headliners as well as five original Las Vegas songs. Grammy Award winner Gary Anderson was the orchestrator and arranger, who skillfully maintained the integrity of the original music.

The Las Vegas Rocks Café is located downtown at Neonopolis, 450 Fremont Street. There’s easy access free validation parking on Fourth Street between Fremont Street and Ogden in the underground Neonopolis Parking Garage. For tickets and information, call 702-227-5872 (LVRC).

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