"OK, OK, The Amos Glick Variety Show," is a showcase of Las Vegas strip performers doing a variety of acts starkly different from their day jobs on big casino stages. Founder, Amos Glick says every performer needs an outlet and that's why he started the show.
How do creative artists in Las Vegas recharge? It's wonderful to perform for a living, but what happens when you have to perform the same show hundreds of times each year without being able to try anything new? Is the dilemma of maintaining creativity one so essential to creative artists that there simply is no solution to mixing art and commerce, or to making a living from your art?