All The Vegas Podcast: Producer Adam Steck of SPI Entertainment

Adam Steck with Human Nature at the Venetian.

Adam Steck is our guest for this episode of All The Vegas and he’s pulling back the curtain on how the Strip show scene works while sharing his experiences from creating and installing some of the most popular productions in Las Vegas today.

Adam is the producer behind SPI Entertainment, one of the city’s leading theatrical production companies which has five unique shows on the Strip right now: Human Nature at the Venetian, Boyz II Men at the Mirage, The Australian Bee Gees Show at Excalibur, Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man at Paris, and his first Vegas show, the long-running and lucrative Thunder From Down Under at Excalibur.

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ATV9: Adam Steck

All The Vegas hosts Brock Radke and Mark Shunock talk with founder of SPI Entertainment and Vegas show producer Adam Steck.

In this episode we dig into Adam’s entertainment roots in New York City and Fairfield, Iowa; how booking Liza Minnelli in Russia eventually landed him in Las Vegas; how Thunder From Down Under changed the game; and what it was like to chase down Mike Tyson and put him on Broadway. We also break down the state of the Vegas entertainment landscape and try to predict the next big showbiz trends, something Adam has perfected after almost 20 years in Las Vegas.


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