August 3, 2004- Las Vegas- The Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower and Molyneux Entertainment will present BITE, an erotic rock and roll review about vampires starting Friday, August 13, announced American Casino & Entertainment Properties officials.

We partnered with Molyneux Entertainment to create a late night entertainment experience that is branded as being unlike anything else in Las Vegas, says Bobby Ray Harris, senior vice president of operations and general manager for the Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower. We are co-branding with the BITE show in various areas of the property, such as BITE-themed drinks in the Crazy Armadillo, to extend the experience after the show has ended, he adds.

BITE is an erotic and sensual topless review based on deliciously evil vampires with a simple story line of sin, sex and seduction. The show centers around the Lord Vampire and his search for the perfect female specimen that he will seduce and make the Queen of the Night. Aiding the Lord is his coven of sultry and nimble dancers, the Erotic Angels of Rock. Their story will be told through the classic rock songs of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. Throughout the show audience members will be chosen to become part of the erotic adventure.

BITE is not about the blood, guts and gore of vampire lore, but rather the power and sexual mysticism that make vampires so feared and loved. BITE seduces the mortal with the promise of immortality, says Tim Molyneux, BITE producer and president of Molyneux Entertainment.

Tim Molyneux has been producing live entertainment since 1989. Under the slogan From Concept to Creation to Completion Molyneux Entertainment specializes in comprehensive creative services for a variety of live entertainment productions. While BITE is Molyneux Entertainment s first foray into Las Vegas, there are currently 14 productions running that have been created by the Molyneux team. Molyneux Entertainment s past and current client list includes Royal Caribbean, Cunard s Queen Mary II, Sony Entertainment, Walt Disney World, Elton John and Playboy.

Showtime is 10:30 p.m. nightly, except Thursday, in the Stratosphere s Theater of the Stars Showroom. The show is dark on Thursday. Tickets are $34.95, plus tax and handling fee. Guests must be 18 years-old or older to attend. Cocktails may be purchased prior to entering the showroom at the Theater of the Stars Bar. For tickets or more information, call (702) 380-7711 or (800) 99-TOWER.