Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 108: The Comeback Trail

It’s time to talk about what’s next for Las Vegas, because things pretty much suck at the moment.

Catch our award-worthy interview with international entertainment titan, Ross Mollison, producer of three hit shows on the Las Vegas Strip: “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace, “Opium” at Cosmo and “Atomic Saloon” (see below) at Venetian.

Atomic Saloon

Bawdy and brazen, Ross Mollison’s shows have turned the world of Las Vegas entertainment on its head.

Mollison shares his insights about the impact of the Strip shutdown on shows, as well as scoop about his latest Vegas production currently in the works.

Ross Mollison

They broke the mold before, during and after making producer Ross Mollison.

Plus, we read some mean reviews of our podcast and share the first 10 things we’re doing when Las Vegas gets back online.

13 thoughts on “Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 108: The Comeback Trail

  1. Vegas Insight

    Looking forward to making time for this today. We know you hate sharing the mic with anyone other than your life partner, but a firsthand account from somebody in the entertainment industry has my curiosity piqued.

  2. Jane Vollmer

    I do hope all hotels (Rio) and shows will be completely open, without restrictions or distancing by September 1. I have reservations at the Rio September 2-7, and shows already scheduled for Chippendales and other shows and activities for that week. My tickets for Chippendales is on September 5, my 76 birthday. I saw the show the first week in March, before the news was out that the schools in Oregon were closing and the distancing was put in place. If Chippendales is not going to be open, I will cancel all my reservation. That show made me feel special, alive and young again.

  3. Barbara

    Please post the transcript of your podcasts.
    Would Love to read the by-play…(see what angry Tim is pissed about)

  4. GoFundMe

    Guys, if the chippendales aren’t getting their kit off – I think we should chip in for a male stripper for Jane Vollmer on her 76th birthday. September 5th 2020.

  5. William S.

    There were 18 comments once upon a time. If you missed them, you missed out on some fine theater.


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