Las Vegas Spectacle ShowStoppers, with Broadway Artists, Begins | Playbill

News Las Vegas Spectacle ShowStoppers, with Broadway Artists, Begins
Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers, a Broadway-themed revue that features a cast of 34 singers and dancers, backed by an on-stage 30-piece orchestra, debuts at the Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas Dec. 16.

Phil McKinley (Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark) directs the 90-minute production, which features choreography by three-time Emmy Award winner Marguerite Derricks, costume designs by Suzy Benzinger, musical direction by Emmy winner David Loeb and hair and makeup design by Luc Verschueren.

"From staple grand opening chorus numbers to intimate duets," press notes state, "ShowStoppers pays homage to the many lasting anthems of American musical theater. The production includes a hand-picked selection of Steve Wynn’s favorite numbers from the best of Broadway that makes audiences literally stand up and cheer – true show stoppers."

The cast includes Mikaella Abitbol, Alyx Andrushuk, Natacha Soraya Bachour, Taylor Banks, Jeremy Barthel, Karolina Blonski, David Lee Brown, David Burnham, Sam J. Cahn, Kelli Calvert, Joe Chantry, Holly Lauren Dayton, Britney Gale, Ashley Galvan, Josh Good, Joli Irvine, Randal Keith, Leo Lam, May-Har Li, Trevor Loritz, Angelina Mullins, Charlotte O’Dowd, Kerry O'Malley, Ra’Jahnae Patterson, Ferly Prado, Michael Radiff, Andrew Ragone, Stefan Raulston, Drew Allen Reese, Blake Richard, Lindsay Roginski, Genise Ruidiaz, Jason Williams and Louis A. Williams Jr.

Attendees can expect to hear songs by Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, Marvin Hamlisch and more. Song titles include "All That Jazz," "Cabaret," "You're the Top," "Luck Be a Lady" and "Everything's Coming up Roses," among others.

“These show stopping numbers, they seem to have a power of their own,” said Steve Wynn, chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts, in an earlier statement. “The reason they’re showstoppers is that they touch some element of human nature and human emotion that seems to resonate generation after generation.” Ticket prices are $100-$150 plus Live Entertainment Tax (LET) and can be purchased through the Wynn Ticket Office, by calling (702) 770-9966 or visiting

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