Today’s New Vegas Show We’re Not the Audience For: “Divorce Party Las Vegas” at Bally’s

A new show, “Divorce Party Las Vegas,” described as “the ultimate girls’ night out experience” is coming to Bally’s Las Vegas starting March 8, 2014.

The 80-minute show will happen in the hotel’s Windows Showroom, and “uses laughs, songs and the occasional shock factor to explore the realities of divorce, long term relationships and moving on.”

Divorce Party Las Vegas

Divorce: It’s a hoot.

“Divorce Party Las Vegas” uses the familiar device of giving popular songs new lyrics. Be on the lookout for copious references to implants, tummy-tucks, muffin tops, cougars and cankles, as well as the occasional hymen pun.

Here’s a look at the estrogenfest to come.

The show has some history, with performances across the country, and has also been called “Divorce Party The Musical.”

One of the show’s producers, Mark Schwartz, was also involved in the off-Broadway “Menopause The Musical,” to which comparisons are inevitable.

The show is a collaboration by Schwartz, co-author Amy Botwinick and director Jay Falzone.

Tickets to “Divorce Party Las Vegas” are $49 and $65. VIP tickets are $80 and include a round of specialty drinks, “premier seating” and a meet-and-greet with the cast.

Visit the show’s official site for further information and details about the cast.

“Divorce Party Las Vegas” isn’t our thing, but we’re also not a woman of a certain age. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Let us know what you think.

7 thoughts on “Today’s New Vegas Show We’re Not the Audience For: “Divorce Party Las Vegas” at Bally’s

  1. Jonathan M Bell

    I made it all the way to Hyman before throwing in the towel. It’s always nice to know there are shows I won’t be missing when I miss them.

  2. Robert

    This has got to be the worst thing I have ever seen. Head count in the first five rows is lacking…so I’m not alone…

  3. Elaine A.

    Saw this Wed. 3/26. Bally’s comped My husband and myself – “Free VIP Tickets” for this. Our show had 43 people in the audience. The performers were okay. The show was bad, the songs were even worse. This really has to be the worst show in Las Vegas. We could not wait for the show to end. I would not have paid to see this.


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