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An even more queered-up Cirque show
When Zumanity from Cirque du Soleil first opened in 2003, there was a lot of tittering over the same-sex kiss between two men. Today, Zumanity is still the sexiest Cirque show by far, and there is plenty for audience members of all orientations to enjoy.
Whitney resurrected, the many faces of Lady Gaga, and a funhouse mirror of Chers
Frank Marino's Divas Show has closed, but if you enjoy a good celebrity impersonator without the drag, the long-running Legends in Concert does not disappoint.
The Strip (various locations)
These residencies are must-sees
From gay icons like Cher, Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, and Janet Jackson to queer-ish shows like Postmodern Jukebox, the Vegas residency is nothing like what it used to be and is now everything.
The best in indy entertainment
The Space is one of the best venues for independent theatre performances and other events in Las Vegas. During Mondays Dark, you can catch Vegas performers from the Strip's hottest shows in an ever-changing variety show that raises money for a different local charity each time. They also host a wide range of other events and performances, from singers to comedians to fandom musicals.
Top queens and bottomless mimosas!
Slowly, ever so slowly, Vegas is getting on board with the cackling girls' trip bacchanal that is drag brunch. There are now two drag brunches on the Strip -- the recently-launched Totally Outrageous Brunch at SLS Las Vegas, and Drag Brunch at Treasure Island. the originator of the current Vegas drag brunch phenom dating all the way back to three years ago. Expect screeching bridesmaids and wear something with feathers or sequins.