Articles Tagged “Liberace”

  • LIBERACE Returning to the Stage and National Tour as a HOLOGRAM

    Liberace is heading back to the stage 28 years after his death thanks to some technological tricks.
    The flamboyant performer, who passed away in 1987, will be projected on stage as a hologram at some point this year – first in Las Vegas and then during a tour across the U.S.


    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – In a career that spanned four decades of concerts, recordings, motion pictures, television and endorsements, Liberace became world-renowned. During the 1950s–1970s he was the highest-paid entertainer in the world[2] and embraced a lifestyle of flamboyant excess both on and off the stage.

  • Liberace Museum closing in Vegas

    The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the board of directors of the Liberace Foundation has voted to close the Liberace Museum in Vegas, citing declining revenue. The museum celebrating the flamboyant entertainer, who was born in West Allis and raised in West Milwaukee, will shut its doors Oct. 17.


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