Chicago's Wayne Brady to Return to Las Vegas with Making It Up

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25 May 2010

Wayne Brady
Wayne Brady

Wayne Brady, who made his Broadway debut as slick lawyer Billy Flynn in Kander and Ebb's Chicago, will return to Las Vegas' Venetian May 27 with his critically acclaimed show, Making It Up.

Brady will play the Vegas venue May 27-31, June 17-21, June 24-28 and July 1-5.

About his return Brady stated, "Las Vegas and The Venetian have been a great home these past three years, and I love giving audiences a show unlike any other on The Strip. No two shows are ever the same – my partner Jonathan and I, stage a new form of old school showbiz and make each show a one-of-a kind experience."

"Since he started performing Making It Upin April 2007," press notes state, "Brady has lived up to its title. Not only does he create a different show each night with improv partner Jonathan Mangum, he is also constantly adding new elements to the line-up, making each show an original."

Wayne Brady has hosted and/or appeared on "Let's Make a Deal," "Don't Forget the Lyrics," "The Wayne Brady Show" and "Whose Line is it Anyway?" He has made guest appearances on television's "I'll Fly Away," "Home Court," "In the Heat of the Night," "Chappelle's Show" and "American Dreams," and his stage credits also include productions of A Chorus Line, Fences, I'm Not Rappaport, A Raisin in the Sun and Blade to the Heat.



All performances begin at 9 PM in The Venetian Showroom. Tickets are $49, $69 and $89 plus tax and handling fees. To make reservations or to view the performance schedule, visit www.venetian.com, call (702) 414-9000 or (866) 641-7469, or visit any Venetian Box Office.