The ACT, a performance-based nightclub that will be opening at The Palazzo in Las Vegas this week, is going to provide a concentric stage that will allow guests to view the shows from numerous angles throughout the club. Expect avant-garde performances fused with classically trained entertainers as the ACT is looking to show clubbers a unique and fun night out.
The ACT Las Vegas, the newest concept by New York City theater and nightlife impresario Simon Hammerstein, will open inside The Shoppes at The Palazzo on Friday, October 26, ushering in a dramatic new era of Las Vegas nightlife. The performance-based nightclub will entertain up to 1,000 revelers with nightly acts, including boundary-pushing audience participation, in a 9,600-square-foot, multilevel space inspired by the dark romance of bygone eras.
"The ACT will introduce a quality of nightlife never before witnessed on The Strip," says Hammerstein. "Guests will lose themselves, and their inhibitions, from the moment they pass through our storied doors, with time and place gradually losing their meaning and the lines becoming increasingly blurred as to where the performances end and the party begins."