Enoch Augustus Scott of “Zombie Burlesque” and Anne Martinez of “Baz,” “The World’s Greatest Rock Show” and “Fantasy” are two of the city’s favorite stage performers. They are teaming this weekend for the opening of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” at the Courtyard at House of Blues. The rock musical is inspired, edgy and talented. Does it have staying power on the Strip?
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Michael Airington has brought “The Paul Lynde Show” to Windows Showroom at Bally’s, a production paying tribute to the life and career who famously occupied the center square on “Hollywood Squares.” Airington has a long history in Las Vegas, opening for Mel Tillis at the Frontier in the early 1980s, and performs in the same venue as a star he met in those days, Wayne Newton.
Larry Rudolph is manager of Britney Spears, Steven Tyler and a host of music stars. His wife, Jen Barnet, runs XCycle in Boca Park. Dray Gardner is a yoga master. The three are collaborating on a new business next to XCycle, called Xen Xen, set to open this spring next to Xcycle. Our chat centers on wellness, Britney’s upcoming break and — yes — Chico, Calif.
Joe Darro is a longtime Las Vegas musician who arrived in town when John F. Kennedy was president. He has befriended innumerable superstars over the years and played the city’s most famous hotels. He’s 82, but remains active at such haunts as Italian American Club and the Dispensary Lounge.
Al Bernstein is a legendary boxing broadcaster, currently calling all the major fights for Showtime. But another of his passions is singing, and Friday night he joins the pianist and host Kenny Davidsen at Tuscany’s Piazza Lounge for a night of standards from the Great American Songbook.