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Hit variety show 'Mavericks' find new home at Plaza Las Vegas

Courtesy, Mavericks

If you missed it at Fremont Street's Cheap Shot, get ready for this fall: Miss Behave's Mavericks has found a new home at Plaza's historic showroom, starting October 2.⁠

The "flirty, filthy and fabulous" show blends circus, comedy, burlesque and variety. It is never the same twice and has featured talent from the Las Vegas Strip and beyond. It's an experience "perfect for audiences who remember the city’s heyday, those who grew up on TikTok and everyone in-between."⁠

“It’s gonna be like the Muppet Show running riot round this beautiful ol’ Dame. We can’t wait,” said Miss Behave (Amy Saunders) in a media release. “It’s a marriage made in heaven. This beautiful showroom has been looking for an excuse to show off, and Mavericks is perfect for that. Let’s make Las Vegas Vegas again!”

The show is 21 and older. Tickets, ranging from $35 to $99, are now on sale at mavericksdtlv.com. ⁠

Hear our interview with Saunders in 2022:

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Kristen DeSilva (she/her) is the audience engagement specialist for Nevada Public Radio. She curates and creates content for knpr.org, our weekly newsletter and social media for Nevada Public Radio and Desert Companion.