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Beacher's Madhouse Postpones Its Opening To March 16

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February 11, 2011 at 11:31 AM | by | ()

It’s not just hotels suffering from opening jitters at the moment; hotel shows are getting performance anxiety, too.

We were uber-excited for the Valentine’s Day opening of Beacher's Madhouse - basically a modern day circus, minus the animals and with extra comedy and vaudeville - at the Hollywood Roosevelt on Monday, but now we’re told that the opening has been postponed to March 16.

At first we thought we’d cut them some slack, seeing as David Arquette, who’s co-producing the show with Jeff Beacher, is only just out of rehab n all. But then we’ve also been informed by the folk at the forthcoming Sugar Factory restaurant (oh yes) in Vegas, that he’s due at the opening of that on March 4. Hanging out with Kim Kardashian and our hot-girl-crush Mel B instead of welcoming us to the madhouse? Yeah, you have our sympathies.

According to our source, there will be two private parties before March 16. Meanwhile, Jeff Beacher tweeted yesterday that they’d be running “private events all February”. Will one of them be on Monday? They’re not telling. Meanwhile, the show dates page of the website is currently showing an “internal server error” message, although the February shows are still listed on the homepage.

When it does open, according to the website, shows will take place Wednesday through Saturday, 10pm till 2am. No word on prices yet, either. But, as we noted before, you have to buy a table or a membership rather than a one off ticket, so expect things to be pricy.

Room rates for March 16 are running at $189 and up. If you want to try your luck on Monday, it's exactly the same price. Which is certainly looking better than last time we looked. Guess all the wannabe Arquette groupies must have cancelled their bookings.

[Photo: Beacher's Madhouse Facebook page]

Archived Comments:

Arquette is out

I think David realized in rehab that being a part of Beacher's Madhouse was detrimental to his recovery and so he's bailed on the production. Or at least that's what TMZ told me:

http://www.tmz.com/2011/01/31/david-arquette-beachers-madhouse-rehab-quit-fired-recovery-little-pers on-lap-dance/