Vegas-Based Spiegelworld to Create 3 New Shows for Caesars Resorts

DiscoShow will transport the audience to the late, great disco era of the 1970s

In what might be described as a “gazillion-dollar idea,” Spiegelworld, the Las Vegas-based brand behind the “Absinthe,” “Opium,” and “Atomic Saloon” shows has partnered with Caesars Entertainment to create three all-new shows for the company in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and New Orleans.

The first production, dubbed DiscoShow, will debut inside Spiegelworld’s Glitterloft at the LINQ hotel on the Strip in late 2022. True to its name, DiscoShow will transport the audience to the late, great disco era of the 1970s. At a news conference announcing the new shows, Spiegelworld producer and “Impresario Extraordinaire” Ross Mollison – joined by Caesars Entertainment President and Chief Operating Officer Anthony Carano and “Absinthe” host The Gazillionaire – described the Glitterloft space as a fully immersive discotheque with four LED walls and an LED floor.

DiscoShow, which has been in development for three years, has some notable talent behind the scenes, including veteran choreographer and movement director Steven Hoggett, whose Broadway credits include “American Idiot,” “Once,” and “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”

Left to Right: The Gazillionaire of Absinthe, Ross Mollison Impresario Extraordinaire, Anthony Carano, President and COO of Caesars Entertainment

Vegas Is Just the Beginning

Celebrated for its offbeat, playfully offensive attitude, Spiegelworld has become one of the Strip’s leading entertainment brands. The addition of DiscoShow and the recent opening of dining-entertainment concept Superfrico will bring the company’s total number of Vegas brands to five – a tie with legendary show producer Cirque du Soleil.

But Spiegelworld’s influence doesn’t end at the Strip. 

“We have all sorts of devious plans,” Mollison teased. 

Spiegelworld’s planned Atlantic City production will be staged at Caesars Atlantic City and will incorporate the façade of the historic Warner Theatre, which opened on the boardwalk in 1929. The show, which does not have a name, is scheduled to open in early 2023. That will be followed by another show at Caesars New Orleans in 2024.

Atlantic City Rendering

“We’re going to New Orleans, that’s pretty cool,” The Gazillionaire cracked at Thursday’s news conference. “Atlantic City, I’m not going there, that place is awful.”

“What are you gonna do, a show for seven people?”

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