COVID-19 sabotaged entertainment in Vegas, and strip shows weren't spared. However, the light dawns: last Saturday night, Aussie Heat reopened the amazing Mosaic theatre. The sexy show is the first post-COVID paying event since all live-entertainment joints closed in March.
The comeback show featured drool-worthy men dressed in raunchy gear and face shields. Around 84 guests graced the venue. There was no menu, but some beefcake was served.
According to room operator Dean Coleman, SRP Productions, the show followed the Governor’s directives, including 25-feet clearance, a distance of 5 feet between the audience and the stage, and 6 feet spacing between tables. The organizers successfully pulled off an impressively safe show. The audience was not allowed to be too touchy, like in past events.
The venue had initially intended to open on July 9th, but the County's Licensing agent stopped the show. Since then, the organizers have been working alongside the State's Safety Consulting and Training Section (SCATS) in a bid to resume accordingly.
Mosaic Theatre is strategically located across from MGM Park, north of the Showcase theaters, formally Tommy Wind Theatre and Boulevard Theatre. It shares the Strip mall parking with Walgreens. While the venue can safely host 250 guests, Coleman establishes they plan to restrict the number to around 190 guests.
Aussie Heat is the ideal show to enjoy good-looking men performing choreographed moves. Want to catch the show yourself? Reserve a seat online because no walk-ups will be allowed.
Although everyone in the cast and audience had masks, the show lived up to its glory. The performers’ exceptional talents made it a success. Coming Thursday, the venue intends to load up its schedule. Among the shows on the menu is “Queen of Rock tribute featuring star Elyzabeth Diaga at 7 pm, "Piano Men: A Tribute to Billy Joel and Elton John" featuring star Kyle Martin at 8: 30 pm, and the gents from “Heat” at 10:30 pm.