Bette Midler has entertained Sin City with her brash humor, leggy Caesar Salad girls and bawdy gags since Feb. 2008 in The Showgirl Must Go On, and fans can’t seem to get enough. The Divine Miss M. commemorates a milestone on June 7, celebrating her 100th performance of Showgirl, which has enjoyed sold-out audiences and critical acclaim.
To commemorate this special occasion, the following offers are centered around the 100th show:
Fans can partake in the spectacular pricing of $100 rear orchestra tickets (normally priced at $190) for performances from June 2- 28. From now until June 7 tickets can be purchased by calling 1-877-7BETTEM (723-8836) or logging on Ticketmaster.com keyword “100 Bette”. Tickets may also be purchased in person at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Box Office, which is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Serendipity 3 inside Caesars Palace is giving Bette fans the opportunity to create a special sundae for the diva. Check out the show’s Facebook page with details on how to submit a sundae recipe for a chance to win tickets. Also, the first 100 guests to dine at Serendipity 3 on Sunday, June 7 will receive a free frozen hot chocolate with purchase of an entrée. Serendipity 3 is open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. For more information or to book a reservation call 877-346-4642.
Those who witness show on June 7 will be in for a treat, as the Divine Miss M. has many new and fabulous surprises in store for her 100th performance.
Critics have hailed The Showgirl Must Go On as “a razzle dazzle spectacular,” according to Daily Variety. The Los Angeles Times proclaimed, “Bette Midler is brash, funny, schmaltzy, surprising, poignant, charming, provocative, witty, bawdy and, of course, divine,” and the New York Daily News says Miss Midler “hits the jackpot” with the biggest show of her career.
The Showgirl Must Go On is performed approximately 100 times a year, five nights per week at 7:30 p.m.; the show is dark on Mondays and Thursdays. Visit bette.aeglive.com for more information on The Showgirl Must Go On at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. For additional information on The Divine Miss M., please visit her Web site www.bettemidler.com.