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New Las Vegas show covers the "joys" of being *Ditched, Dumped, Divorced, and Dating.
If you’ve ever experienced some of life’s more-challenging relationship twists, “The D* Word” will provide some comic relief. “The D* Word,” Las Vegas’ hilarious new musical, celebrates being ditched, dumped, divorced, and the ups and downs of dating.
The 90-minute show, now playing at LVH, features four single women who rely on the aid of friendship, martinis, and “mojo makeovers” to survive their relationships—or lack thereof.
The musical features classic relationship-themed songs including Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive,” Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats,” and Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger.”
Writer and producer of “The D* Word,” Jeanie Linders, is not an amateur when it comes to crafting comedic musicals. As the creator of the hit “Menopause The Musical,” Linders’ new musical promises to keep the audience in stitches, even providing attendees with a complimentary shot glass.
“The D*Word has been described as ‘Sex and the City’ meets ‘Mamma Mia,’” Linders says, “and has the appeal of being able to laugh out loud with your friends no matter your current D word.”
The musical is held in the 350-seat Shimmer Cabaret, providing an intimate setting for the off-Broadway production.
LVH (Las Vegas Hotel & Casino)
Showtime: Wed.-Mon., 8:30 p.m.
Starting at $39
WORTH A CLICK
ALSO AT LVH
• Creedence Clearwater Revisited,
• “Comedy After Dark,”
dark Mon. & Tues.
• “The King,” starring Trent Carlini,
• “Raiding the Rock Vault,” nightly