By Heather Turk
Laughter truly is the best medicine, then these Las Vegas shows are just what the doctor ordered—Dr. Feelgood, that is. Prepare to laugh so hard that your sides will hurt when you see one of these hilarious headliners.
PIFF THE MAGIC DRAGON AT FLAMINGO LAS VEGAS
Just when you think you’ve seen it all in Las Vegas, along comes a grown man performing magic in a dragon costume. The self-proclaimed “loser of ‘America’s Got Talent,’” Piff the Magic Dragon puts on one of the Strip’s best shows using little more than some playing cards, a toaster and the world’s only magic performing Chihuahua, Mr. Piffles. While Piff’s deadpan delivery will keep audiences in stitches throughout the show, his magic skills are no joke. Fans can also get up close to the comedy-magician and his adorable costar for an additional fee during a hysterical preshow meet and greet hosted by Piff’s cheerfully bitter squire. It’s an unforgettable experience that’s worth every penny! Check out the show here.
RALPHIE MAY AT HARRAH’S LAS VEGAS
One of the Strip’s hottest tickets, nothing is off limits during Ralphie May’s new late-night comedy show, “No Apologies.” The “Last Comic Standing” star tackles everything from his sex life to President Trump’s plans to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border during the uncensored set. No one is safe from May’s astute observations as he points out how both Republicans and Democrats alike are to blame for the results of the 2016 election. While the country may be more divided than ever, if there’s one thing everyone can agree on it’s that May makes some valid points with his timely and uproarious material. Get your tickets here.
RICH LITTLE AT THE LAUGH FACTORY INSIDE TROPICANA LAS VEGAS
A true comedy icon, Rich Little proves why he’s one of the best in the business with his autobiographical one-man show, “Rich Little Live.” This entertaining production touches upon the many legendary people Little has met over the years—everyone from Paul Lynde to Andy Rooney—as the comedian brings each person to life with his spot-on impressions. Proving that his act isn’t “totally deceased,” Little also updates a bit he did on “The Judy Garland Show” by impersonating more contemporary performers like Jack Nicholson and Arnold Schwarzenegger as he speaks the lyrics to “The Man That Got Away.” The result is a heartfelt and hilarious tribute to Hollywood that’s a joy from start to finish. See the show schedule here.
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