Grand Ole Vegas Review at the Plaza

Photos by Nikki Artale

The Grand Ole Vegas Review takes you back to the good ole days of Vaudeville that features talented performers on the Las Vegas Strip and Broadway Shows. The music director of Phantom, Jonathan Gorst,  opens the show playing the piano and singing "Ain't She Sweet" and "Iv'e Been Working on the Railroadd". Jonathan Gorst co created and directed the show along with his talented wife Marisa Gorst, who is also a featured performer in the show.
Marisa and Jonathan Gorst
The skits and one liners were hilarious, especially The Cousins, the First, the Second and the Final Reading and The Puppet.

The show has a cast of incredible talented stars who have played on some of the largest stages in the world and now they share their belly laughs in what people are calling the best afternoon family show at The Plaza Casino Hotel.
Mayor Caroline Goodman presented the show with a proclamation, which Jonathan shared with the audience
Jonathan Gorst

One of the best parts  of the show was the spoof about the various strip hotels and the circus acts.

The Grand Ole Vegas Review takes you on a 90 minute journey by the cast members who are both talented and superb. It is the good ole days, right now.
A private media reception was held after the show and congratulation balloons were presented to Marisa and Jonathan.
On hand to to celebrate were some local entertainers who attended the show, Lorena Peril, who stars in "Fantasy" a late night topless review at the Luxor, where she receives standing ovations. Lorena has a powerful voice and is fabulous in the Fantasy Show. She attended with her husband Jon Narbaitz who plays in the house band in the Red Light Lounge at Planet Hollywood Monday through Thursday from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 pm to 2:00 am.
Jon Narbaitz and Lorena Peril

Also in attendance was the very talented and handsome Zowie Bowie and Lydia Ansel. You must go to see him perform at the Red Rock Casino Hotel on Friday nights and on Freemont St. on Saturday nights.
Lydia Ansel and Zowie Bowie

This is a must see review that everyone is calling a great family show downtown. Bruce Merrin is handling the public relations for the show.


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