On April 12 the cast and crew of MAGIC MIKE LIVE Las Vegas celebrated two years and 1,000 performances at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. During the 10 p.m. performance’s finale, the evening’s emcee, Chelsea Phillips-Reid, was met with a roaring ovation after sharing with the audience that they were in attendance of the productions’ 1,000th show and asked them to stick around to celebrate. The show opened in April of 2017.
After an encore, the entire cast and members of the creative team gathered onstage while the room’s servers passed champagne to each of-age guest and, after a few remarks recognizing the show’s achievements thus far and the fanbase that’s made it all possible, the room raised their glasses to the production’s bright future ahead.
After the show, the cast, crew, and creative team returned to the theater to continue the celebration with even more champagne and a custom – and wildly realistic – unicorn cake created by local favorite Freed’s Bakery.
About MAGIC MIKE LIVE LAS VEGAS
Hailed as “the modern strip show we deserve” by USA Today, declared “the most-buzzed-about new production” in Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and celebrated as “the show that has everything you could ever want” by Glamour UK, MAGIC MIKE LIVE LAS VEGAS is an all-new, first-class entertainment experience based on the hit films Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL.
Serving as “the cure to the common male revue” (Las Vegas Sun), the show recreates the mythic Club Domina as a cabaret nightclub space inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino that has been fully redesigned to capture the magnetism of the Magic Mike franchise. The state-of-the-art venue is designed with the capabilities to house a show that features 13 men performing in front of, behind, above and all around the audience.
Conceived by Channing Tatum and co-directed by Tatum and film franchise choreographers Alison Faulk and Teresa Espinosa, the show features sexy and daring themed dance and strip routines punctuated by one of a kind acts from a wildly diverse cast of performers.
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