Off-Broadway Hit Toxic Audio: Dazzling Vocal Harmonies with Comedy
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The last date listed for Toxic Audio was Wednesday July 30, 2008 / 2:30pm.
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Travel back in time to Las Vegas during the atomic era, circa 1958, and to the hottest -- formerly zombies-only -- nightclub in town for an evening of Zombie Burlesque. Along with an award-wining cast of sexy characters, this wild show also features comedy, variety acts and a live big band. Now you can be part of the first living audience to experience classic burlesque, zany musical numbers and top-notch singing, performed by some of the sexiest zombies to ever roam the Strip. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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This is bound to become HUGE. Go now, while it's brand new and get cheap tickets and great seats. We sat in the front row and enjoyed the very very talented cast. The show was so good that it flew by. We highly suggest others check it out. (Plus it's an early show so you can still see another Vegas show in the same night - we saw Blue Man Group at 10PM which was good but this was by far better (and waaaayyy cheaper!)!)
Quotes & Highlights
- “They mount musical miracles.” --<em>The Village Voice</em>
- “Crowd-pleasing…sure-fire fun!” --<em>New York Times</em>
Five electrifying entertainers perform an eclectic mix of almost every musical genre ranging from pop to jazz, hip-hop, country and comedic parodies. Their audience appeal is universal, with a fan base and audience members ranging in age from 7 to 77. You’ll think Toxic Audio is backed by a full band, but it’s really only five human voices.
This group won the prestigious Drama Desk Award for “Most Unique Theatrical Experience in America” for their Off-Broadway smash hit run at the John Houseman Theatre on 42nd Street and placed number one in the Wall Street Journal/Zagat Theater Survey, surpassing The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast. Accolades include being named "The Best Pop Group In America” by Ed McMahon's "Next Big Star" and crowned the year 2000 Harmony Sweepstakes “National Champions.” Their theatre work in Florida earned them the Lillie Stoates Award for “Best Musical” and their album Chemistry won the CARA award for “A Capella Album of the Year.” As they continue “exploring the boundaries of the human voice,” these uniquely talented, high-energy performers are always amazing, highly creative, classy yet unexpected, and thoroughly entertaining.
Local producer David Saxe brought the Toxic Audio show to V Theater in Las Vegas after a successful run Off-Broadway. The group has appeared on television and in arenas across the country as the opening act for Tony Bennett, Kenny G., and Wayne Brady, just to name a few.