Mosaic Theater Opens with Aussie Heat By Sandy Zimmerman

“Aussie Heat” is MORE intense, MORE hands-on, with MORE skilled dancers, and involves the audience much MORE than the other male revues! These Australian men are trained in break dancing, poppers, free-style hip-hop dancing, balancing on a rope, and acrobatics.

With all of that packed into their sensuous dance routines, “Aussie Heat” is an exciting show to see! I reviewed their show at the Planet Hollywood but their Mosaic show is different because the male dancers spend more time in the audience with the women. Their doctor-emergency act was clever and still included in this new version of their show. Before the show, a man asks each women in the audience if they want to be on the stage offering them a chance to decide whether they want to be part of the show.

Because this is a professional theater instead of a hotel, the cast has the freedom to improvise, spend time, and move about the exceptionally large showroom. The Mosaic’s bright reds, blues, and golden colors awakens the mind and seems to boost the audience to want more.

Comparing this show to all of the other male revues, “Aussie Heat” is wilder, while they brought interaction with the ladies in the audience and brought them on stage.

A large sign over the driveway leads directly to the Mosaic Theater and parking. There’s the red carpet for you to keep a remembrance of this evening. The open door leads into the bar and cocktail lounge.
Coming Soon: “QUEENS OF ROCK” is the ultimate one woman rock show celebrating the music of the greatest female rock icons of the last four decades. IT IS With her stunning voice, charismatic and dynamic stage presence, Narratives, visual effects and supported by her outstanding musicians that Elyzabeth builds her relationship with the audience, taking them through the 40 year musical journey of over 15 queens of rock united by rock and roll and the revolution they created. Relive the greatest hits from the most influential women of the mid 70’s until today as only Elyzabeth Diaga can. Coming Soon: A musical tale of How The Mob Made Vegas and how Vegas took down the mob. Hosted by The Prince of Mafia, Michael Franzese.

Sandy Zimmerman: “I really enjoyed “How The Mob Made Vegas”, it was a stirring, accurate view of the story of the mob with Host Michael Franzese who was actually involved with the mob in those days.
For information/tickets call (702)-844-1100. The Mosaic Theater is located at 3765 Las Vegas Blvd., S., Suite G. Instagram@themosaiconthestrip Facebook@themosaictheater

SANDY ZIMMERMAN: Award-winning Sandy Zimmerman produces television programs, documentaries, TV commercials, a Cattle Drive in Reno, Nevada, and travel specials in the US and around the world.
With 20 years’ experience as Talk Show Host of Sandy Zimmerman’s Las Vegas TV television program, airing 6 X’s each week, photographer/videographer/editor and Discover the Ultimate Vacation travel specials. For questions, suggestions please contact Sandy Zimmerman. Sandy is a syndicated columnist featuring Show/ Dining reviews, travel, spas, luxury and more. Suggest topics for articles, for information or any questions about Sandy’s articles, call 702-515-0846 or write Facebook@szlvtv

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