New Late-Night Show Provides A Creepy Way to End Your Day

LAS VEGAS – It’s sick. It’s funny. It’s BOO!

It’s the new late-night show in the Cabaret Theatre at the New York-New York that combines scary skits, improvisation and humor. It’s a fresh new addition to the Las Vegas entertainment scene that debuts Aug. 1. Part comedy, part improvisation and part vaudeville, BOO! showcases the storytelling and melodramatic skills of five performers from the Los Angeles Theatresports troupe.

BOO! will make you laugh, gasp and give you chills up your spine. Accented with props and music, the show weaves together a collection of short sketches and songs into 70 minutes of spine-tingling fun among a set of gravestones and coffins.

Performances are scheduled Monday through Thursday at 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 10:30 p.m. Reserved tickets are $29.95 and can be purchased at the New York-New York Box Office at (702) 740-6815 or via the internet at For a limited time, the cost of admission to BOO! also includes a heart-pounding ride on the Manhattan Express roller coaster that can be redeemed after the show or at a later time.

According to Producer Martin Bergman, “I’ve always felt that late-night productions and scary go together. The Cabaret Theatre provides the perfect venue to offer people a lighthearted and unique alternative to Las Vegas’ entertainment options.”

A creepy way to end your day – BOO!

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