- Admission to Beacher’s Madhouse
- When: any show of your choice, excluding special events. Shows run Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 10:30 p.m. Beginning April 25, 10:30 p.m. shows will also run on Thursdays. Starting on May 23, an early show is also available Wednesday through Sunday at 8 p.m.
- Where: MGM Grand
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
* $49 for one general admission standing ticket (up to $88.50 value) * $89 for two general admission standing tickets (up to $177 value) * $69 for one reserved seating ticket (up to $143.50 value) * $119 for two reserved seating tickets (up to $287 value) * Click here to view the seating chart.<p>
Onstage, 6’7” burlesque dancer Amazon Ashley performs alongside a little-person Miley Cyrus impersonator. Later, an 8-year-old DJ spins tunes, and a cover band pays tribute to pop and rock acts using only Auto-Tune. Oh, and there’s a live goat trotting around the venue, too. This is Beacher’s Madhouse and, as its name implies, things only get stranger from there. The hyperactive brainchild of showman Jeff Beacher, the variety show aims to continually surprise its audiences with off-the-wall acts that fling themselves to every corner of the provocative-hilarious-bizarre Venn diagram.
Even the act of getting to your seat sounds like an outtake from a particularly unusual Scooby-Doo mystery—a bookcase swings open on a wall in the MGM Grand, revealing a passage that funnels showgoers deeper into the complex. They emerge in a 1920s-style cabaret, decked out in gleaming leather furniture, glittering chandeliers, and a life-sized elephant statue reclining against the back wall.