LIMELIGHT Brings the Wild Side of the Roaring 20s to The Plaza with a Limited Engagement
Tickets on Sale Now
LIMELIGHT brings the world of black and white silent films to vivid technicolor life through the art of contemporary burlesque. Tickets are on sale now for a limited engagement at The Plaza Hotel & Casino downtown from Sept. 12 through Nov. 1 every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night at 10 p.m. Named after one of Charlie Chaplin’s most famous films, LIMELIGHT’s mix of singing, dancing, comedy and magic rekindles the feel and energy of the roaring 20s with a seductive edge.
Producers Jodie McDonald and Danial Brown have joined forces to form their production company Ridicula Imitatio and create LIMELIGHT, as well as choreograph, design costumes for and appear in the show. Brown, who has performed on Broadway and danced with Michael Jackson, steps into the shoes (and bowler hat) of the legendary Charlie Chaplin while McDonald, a former Los Angeles Laker Girl and worldwide choreographer, dances in the vibrant burlesque numbers. Betty Boop is portrayed by Felice Singer, who currently stars in Million Dollar Quartet and has performed in Les Folies Bergere and Fantasy. Rounding out the talented cast are dancers Priscilla Trammel, Carlynn Mazon, Amy Toliver, Kaitlin Morgan and Taylor Huggins.
“LIMELIGHT is a tribute to the artists, like Chaplin, who pioneered the arts of facial expression, body language and movement in telling a story, ” said Brown. “The performers literally jump off the screen and onto the stage in a magical marriage of the old and new that’s sexy, smart, elegant and edgy all at once.”
For more information on LIMELIGHT, visit limelightshow.com.
Tickets are $30, exclusive of taxes, or $40 VIP with priority seating and a meet and greet with the cast. To purchase tickets, visit the Plaza’s box office, plazahotelcasino.com or call 702.386.2507. Must be 21 years of age or older.
About the Plaza Hotel & Casino
The Plaza Hotel & Casino opened in 1971 at 1 Main Street, at the intersection of Main and Fremont Street, and was a fashionable stop on the first train service through Las Vegas. Anchoring the Fremont Street Experience, the Plaza has been an iconic hotel in the heart of downtown Las Vegas for more than 40 years. It sits on 16.5 acres of land and has more than 1,000 rooms and suites, making it one of the largest hotel-casinos in downtown Las Vegas. Renovations have updated and improved the Plaza’s ambiance throughout, creating a stylish and comfortable new experience for its guests. It has earned it the distinction of being named “Best Downtown Hotel” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. For more information and reservations: http://www.plazahotelcasino.com.