Beacher's Madhouse


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For more than a decade, cabaret impresario Jeff Beacher has been dazzling audiences around the country with his zany, risqué, and hilarious variety show. Beacher's Madhouse has graced stages in New York and Los Angeles, but Las Vegas has always been the perfect city for the show's wild vaudeville-meets-burlesque spectacle. Now, Beacher's Madhouse has a permanent home in Sin City at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, and Beacher and his talented cohorts are pulling out all the stops for their residency. Ticket buyers can expect a world-class night of entertainment featuring dozens of little people celebrity impersonators, a troupe of racy burlesque dancers known as the "Beacher's Babies", and a party-worthy atmosphere that extends in to the wee hours.


Long Island native Jeff Beacher cut his teeth in the late-'90s New York City cabaret scene before launching his first Madhouse production at Madison Square Garden's Paramount Theater in 2002. The show was an overnight success, enjoying a year of sold-out performances in New York before Beacher decided to take the show on the road. His first stop was Las Vegas, where Beacher's Madhouse became the first-ever headliner at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The show was a Vegas staple throughout the mid-'00s, earning Beacher a key to the city and prompting Rolling Stone to call him "the best showman on the strip". Following a five-year run at the Hard Rock, Beacher took his show on a nationwide tour before signing another five-year contract with the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. There, he played host to a steady stream of celebrities while continuing to develop his ever-expanding show with more celebrity impersonators, singers, and dancers than ever before. For its latest residency Beacher's Madhouse is back in Vegas, treating audiences to its unforgettable blend of outrageous personalities, madcap performances, and steamy burlesque numbers.