Specialty Acts

  • The Quiddlers of VEGAS! The Show

    The QuiddlersVAUDEVILLIAN-STYLED PANTOMIME

    The Quiddlers are a physical comedy group based in Las Vegas, NV. Created by Paul Ebejer, they are known worldwide as "The International Ambassadors of Physical Comedy” with more than 500 television shows performed worldwide and a royal command performance by the Queen of England. Recent television credits include NBC'S I Can Do That and America's Got Talent.

  • Tamara of VEGAS! The Show

    Tamara YerofeyevaRHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS

    Tamara Yerofeyeva was born in Kiev, Ukraine. From the age of 7, she has dedicated herself to Rhythmic Gymnastic and has become one of the world’s most accomplished gymnasts. After being a 4-time world champion and Olympic Games finalist, she performed in shows by Cirque Du Soleil. After that, Tamara won the "Vegas Got Talent" contest and then joined the cast of V - The Ultimate Variety Show also at Planet Hollywood. Tamara's act combines grace, elegance, amazing flexibility and dexterity. Her body is moving from one extraordinary contortion position to another while spinning a hoop on her feet.

  • Mat Plendl of Vegas The Show

    Mat Plendl Hulahoop Champion

    At the young age of 13, Mat Plendl became the National Hula Hoop Champion. From there, he launched a career in stage musicals and voice-over work. At age 24, Mat performed his hula hoop act on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. A crowd favorite, he was called back to perform two other times within a six month period. Mat Plendl has been a favorite NBA halftime performer and even a question in the game, Trivial Pursuit. He has appeared on Donny & Marie, The Mickey Mouse Club and Don't Just Sit There, as well as Fantastico (Italy) and Zakku Baran (Japan).

  • Sandou Trio of VEGAS! The Show

    Sandou TrioRUSSIAN BAR ACT

    The Sandou Trio has toured the world performing their Russian Bar act. In 2009, they took the stage with Britney Spears and her Circus Tour and were semi-finalists on America’s Got Talent, setting a record performing over a large bed of nails and fire. The trio also performs during NBA halftime shows, including the 2010 All Star Game and the NBA Global Games in China. They’ve also had the honor of performing for the 2016 Men’s Gymnastics Olympic Trials and the 2018 Arnold Schwarzenegger Gymnastics Classic Competition. You may have also seen them on the television show, "Baskets” and in the 20th Century Fox movie “ The Greatest Showman” starring Hugh Jackman.

  • Vladik of VEGAS! The Show

    Vladik

    Vladik started juggling at 6 years old. Just a few years later, he started performing professionally on stage. Since then, Vladik has traveled the world, working in more than 30 countries for famous shows like Lido in Paris and Cirque Du Soleil. Vladik combines a unique blend of acrobatics, contemporary dance and juggling. He has won numerous awards in many competitions worldwide and is considered to be one of the best juggling acts in the world.

  • Michael Holly of VEGAS! The Show

    Michael Holly

    Michael Holly has been an audience favorite in Las Vegas since 1987 as the comedy star in shows such as Folies Bergere at the Tropicana Hotel, Spellbound at Harrahs, V-The Ultimate Variety Show and now VEGAS! THE SHOW. His shows have taken him around the world to Africa, Bali, Greece, Alaska, Canada and Europe. During his act, Holly juggles two bowling balls and an M&M, bear traps and marshmallow peeps, fire on a tightwire, plays a steel drum with juggling balls while playing a head mounted orbital pan flute.

  • Gymnasts of VEGAS! The Show

    Anastasini Brothers

    Fabio and Giuliano are 9th generation circus performers and extreme gymnasts who’ve been performing since they were teenagers. The two landed in the Guinness Book of World Records for performing the “Most Risley Flips in 30 Seconds” - an amazing 32 full rotations. For those unfamiliar with the circus trick, the Risley Flip is a ground acrobatics move where one person lies on a surface as the base, supporting the flyer with their feet. Once the flyer is in position, the base acrobat flips the flyer 360 degrees with a foot maneuver. It requires intense core strength, trust and coordination.