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Las Vegas: Rich Little extending one-man show at LVH

May 22, 2013|By Jay Jones
  • Comic and mimic Rich Little summons legendary actor Jimmy Stewart and other celebrities during his one-man show at the LVH.
Comic and mimic Rich Little summons legendary actor Jimmy Stewart and other… (Edison Graff )

Longtime comic and impersonator Rich Little is extending the run of his one-man show, “Jimmy Stewart and Friends,” in Las Vegas. The show will now continue through July 1 at the LVH resort.

The master mimic has more than 200 voices in his repertoire. Little was a favorite of Ronald Reagan. Following one of his several performances at the White House, the impersonator recalled the president telling him, “Rich, you do me better than I do.”

Reagan is one of the more than 30 celebrities Little invokes during his graceful journey through the life of the legendary actor Stewart. Among others making “appearances” during the show are George Burns, Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and John Wayne.

Little performs Saturday through Monday in the Shimmer Cabaret at the LVH, formerly the Las Vegas Hilton. Showtime is 8:30 p.m.

Tickets are roughly $70, or $80 for premium seating, plus tax and fees. They’re available online or by calling (702) 732-5755.

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