ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Caesars Entertainment and the company that produces the show “Absinthe”Las Vegas is collaborating with three states to create theaters and dining experiences that will cost close to $75 million.
Caesars announced Thursday to The Associated Press it had signed a deal at Spiegelworld to create new live entertainment projects at casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and New Orleans.
“Atlantic City, New Orleans and Las Vegas are the country’s modern-day entertainment and sports capitals, and as we roll out our vision for the incredible reinventions of our properties in New Orleans and Atlantic City, we are delighted to add Spiegelworld’s eye for creative experiences to our plans,”Anthony Carano is the president and chief operating officers of Caesars Entertainment.
The LINQ Hotel + Experience in Las Vegas will host the first permanent production. To be named “DiscoShow,”The production will take place at the new Spiegelworld Glitterloft. It is scheduled to open in 2022’s fourth quarter.
Caesars Atlantic City will also get a new theatre and resident show in its first quarter 2023. The facade of the old Warner Theatre, which dates back to 1929, will be integrated into the casino’s exterior that faces the Boardwalk.
It is part of the $400 million Caesars has promised to make at its three Atlantic City casinos.
Caesars Palace New Orleans will open a new theater and show in 2024 as part of its $325 million renovation.
Additionally, “Absinthe,”Spiegelworld also produces “OPIUM”The Cosmopolitan of Vegas, the “Atomic Saloon Show”The Grand Canal Shoppes are located at The Venetian Las Vegas. Live entertainment is provided at the party. “Superfrico”The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
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___ This story has been updated to correct the $100 million total price. The New Orleans project will open in 2024 and not be completed by 2023. Source material was incorrect for both items.