Larry G. Jones, Comic Singing Impressionist, at Planet Hollywood's Harmon Theatre
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The last date listed for Larry G. Jones: Comic Singing Impressionist was Tuesday November 30, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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Larry Jones is very talented. His singing voice is fantastic and most of his impressions are very good. Even when he does not sound exactly like the celebrity he is impersonating, it is enjoyable to listen to him sing. He is friendly and personable and has a great on-stage presence. During the show, he occasionally has the audience sing along with the choruses, which livens up the crowd. We attended on a Monday night and the theater was only half-full, but it was great fun anyway. It appears to me that every seat in the house is a good one because the theater is small. I would recommend the show to others.
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Larry did many great impressions, but missed by a mile on many as well. The Harmon Theatre is a dump! I felt sorry for Larry. The stage is very small and it looked like they did not spend a penny on dressing up the place. He deserves better!
This fast-paced, fun-filled show features an all-star celebrity roster of rapid-fire voice impressions including many of Las Vegas’ biggest headliners — Cher, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Elvis, Phantom of the Opera, the Rat Pack and more. Sometimes the impersonations are a tribute to the artist and at other times the hats, props, wigs, and song parodies bring their Las Vegas headliner status to a whole new level of fun. When you throw a few comedians, Hollywood celebrities, and presidential voices into the mix there’s enough clean comedy and music to appeal to just about anyone who enjoys great music and comedy.