“Complete Version of Michael Jackson’s Career: MJ the Evolution” Show-By Sandy Zimmerman: Features-Entertainment/Dining/Travel Editor-Reporter

 

I was invited to attend and review “MJ the Evolution” Show, one of the few shows that completely tells the entire story and is different from all of the other Michael Jackson shows. The Evolution traces the time Michael Jackson’s talent was first discovered at the early age of five and later during his performances with the Jackson Five.

Michael Jackson’s singing and dancing talents were special, they fo und his dancing had traces of a variety of dance techniques including Gene Kelly’s grace, Fred Astaire’s rhythmic flow, and others.

The “MJ the Evolution” producers took segments from his life and built the story, step by step, from the beginning including every moment of his fame. This story seeks the essence of the boy and the man as well as his music.

You see the action packed show backed by a talented impressionist cast, with some of the most exciting special effects, videos, and lighting as they move from one era of Michael Jackson’s hits to another. Most everything is included as you see how he develops into a superstar the “King of Pop”!

As you watch the stories unfold during the six acts and 15 hit songs, you feel the emotions of the songs, recognizing each song, all of these popular songs are included- “Dangerous”, “Off the Wall”, “Thriller”, “Bad”, “Beat It”, “Smooth Criminal”, “Billy Jean”, “Man in the Mirror”, “Life is But a Reflection”, “Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough”, “PYT”, “World of Change”, and “Talent”.

 

 

Don’t miss the fantastic “MJ the Evolution” show at the Mosaic Theater, for tickets and show reservations call 702-444-7622. Thursday, March 31; Friday, April 1; Saturday, April 2; Sunday, April 3; Monday, April 4; Thursday, April 7; doors open at 8, shows at 8:30 pm.  The Mosaic on the Strip, 3765 Las Vegas Blvd., Ste. G. info@mosaiconthestrip.com

 

 

 

 

Sandy Zimmerman’s Las Vegas TV Television Program, and Journalist:
For 25 years, Sandy Zimmerman appeared on television, along with interviewing celebrities on the Academy Awards and other red carpets, at show openings, as well as producing travel specials around the world and documentaries for Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion Canyon, Grand Canyon North Rim, and a real Cattle Drive similar to the early westerns in Reno, Nevada.

Sandy was Director of Public Relations/ Director of Promotions/ and Director of Marketing for Las Vegas shows-“Flashdance Fever” (Marina Hotel), “Cotton Club on Parade” (Aladdin Hotel, now Planet Hollywood Hotel), Sherman Hemsley- star of the “Jeffersons”, Gallagher-comedian (Dunes Hotel), “Men of Paradise” (Vegas World Hotel, now The Strat), Rita Rudner- “Women of Comedy”, and many other Las Vegas shows.

For Information, Questions, Submissions, Requests Contact:  sandyzimm2003@yahoo.com
702-515-0846.

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