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Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollison was dressed like David Bowie from the “Life on Mars?” video, and producer Howie M. Howie was in a VIP room before the show taking a bath, sudsing himself with a loofah before a room full of Vegas socialites.

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March 15th, 2019

Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollison was dressed like David Bowie from the “Life on Mars?” video, and producer Howie M. Howie was in a VIP room before the show taking a bath, sudsing himself with a loofah before a room full of Vegas socialites.

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    “I love to go into nature. I balance out my time walking on concrete by going out into the desert.”

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    Spiegelworld has resumed its stealthy takeover of the city’s fringe theater scene.

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    Ethel M, a truffle festival and … the Mob Museum?

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    A locals-first marketing approach helped the show build an audience. Now Spiegelworld is looking to expand with more Las Vegas productions.

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    The show will not be moving to the Cosmoplitan's Rose. Rabbit. Lie. ballroom as announced last month.

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    Spiegelworld has an opportunity to create a space that’s completely unique to the tone of the show, with its own décor and staging configurations.

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