2020 was a challenging year for the whole world. We are still suffering under the weight of the pandemic. The challenge continues. The good news is that with the vaccines now available, things are getting better and will continue to improve. With that said, there is no doubt that all of us could deal with more laughter in our lives. Laughter, as the saying goes, is the best medicine. Certainly, laughter is a potent mood elevator.
Enter Las Vegas, the Entertainment Capital of the World. Besides magicians, dancers, singers and actors, this magical land of resorts, pools, fine dining, luxury shopping, gambling and proximity to incredible natural sites, is also known for its excellent comedy offerings.
Last week, we shared with you our latest CYInterview [see here] with show business legend, impressionist and comedian Rich Little. He is currently performing at The Laugh Factory, Thursday through Sunday at 6:30 PM, at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino.
The Laugh Factory also hosts some of comedy’s biggest and brightest stars, as well as comics on the rise. In 2018, we saw comedian Kate Quigley’s standup there and CYInterviewed her [see here] in the Tropicana after one of her hilarious performances.
If you are currently in Las Vegas or are coming here soon, The Laugh Factory makes for a great place to lighten up your life.