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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.
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The show, which is essentially a modern-day circus without the animal acts, officially opens on February 14. Tickets can be reserved here but are being sold as memberships and table service rather than single tickets.
Plus, they are still saying that most of the tickets are sold-out for the first three months. Wow, really? There's that much of a demand for this show? And is it so over-the-top you may want to reconsider your relationship with alcohol the next day?
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Kiddie parties welcome!
Last we checked, the show wouldn't officially open until mid-January but now we've got word that the show will open on February 14, 2011! Will David and Courtney rekindle the flame on Valentine's Day at the show? That remains to be seen.
The show will also host two sneak peek performances on New Year's Eve and on New Year's Day. Tickets for those shows will go on sale on December 15 at 9am. You can request tickets here.
There's no word yet on how much this will cost you but they are selling tables and memberships rather than just individual tickets, which means this could get kinda pricey. The site is also saying that most of the shows are already sold-out for the first three months. We're guessing that's thanks to the Roosevelt's well-cultivated celebrity clientele. Yes, it's like Prince all over again.
In the meantime, Beacher's is now doing private performances for special guests. And it looks like they've already done their first kiddie party.
Given how many celebrities go wild at hotels after making divorce/separation announcements, perhaps hotels really need to ramp up their divorce packages. Once again making the gossip sites for his newly-single behavior is David Arquette who has probably never been talked about as much as he did when he was still with Courtney Cox.
"He was dancing on tabletops with a trombone. He wouldn't stop playing it all night long," our spy said. Arquette was seen leaving the club with a brunette at 6 a.m. and was spotted with the same woman poolside the next day.
On Sunday, Arquette cuddled up with a cabana host at the pool which he Twitpic'd for all of us to see.
David Arquette has been going around all over town promoting his
divorce upcoming show, Beacher's Madhouse at the Hollywood Roosevelt but it looks like he doesn't have an exclusive contract with the hotel for anything else.
While he didn't pull a Charlie Sheen, he wasn't a model hotel guest either:
The actor, 39, partied until the early hours with a beautiful, 21-year-old female British tourist, her sister and a friend in a suite at LA's Mondrian Hotel, draining the minibar and prompting complaints from other guests due to loud music.
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The one good thing to come out of the split between Hollywood stars Courtney Cox and David Arquette might be the publicity for David's circus act/variety show, Beacher's Madhouse, with ringmaster Jeff Beacher, set to open inside The Hollywood Roosevelt. After all, the split got us wondering when the show was starting up.
Last week, we tried to do some Facebook sleuthing and determined that the show was set for a late October opening. But in reading some gossip reports from last week, that start date may be way, way, waaaay off.
In this scoop from E! Online about whether or not David Arquette's rebound girl/cocktail waitress/Lindsay Lohan-puncher, Jasmine Waltz, was hired then fired as the face of the new show, Jeff Beacher says:
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Now that David Arquette is in the midst of a separation from wife Courtney Cox, we're guessing he has more time on his hands for socializing. And the first thought that comes to our hotel-oriented minds is his show, Beacher's Madhouse, which is set to debut at the Hollywood Roosevelt this fall.
We first found out about the partnership with Arquette and Jeff Beacher's circus act back in August and here's what we were told then:
The show will feature "hard-partying dwarves" (like Tiny Kiss and mini-Britney) and burlesque acts along with "go-go girls, midget impersonators, live animals, acrobats, contortionists, and fire-breathers." There will also be a Midget Bar where little people will fly across the room to serve drinks.
The Roosevelt will also create a sort of tricked-out secret entranceway to the Beacher's Madhouse theater, behind a library bookcase.
The show is set to run Wednesday-Saturdays starting at 10pm. But we still don't know exactly when this show will kick off. Beacher's Madhouse website has a "Roosevelt Theater" page but when you click on it, it only says "Coming Soon." That said, in running through some of the links on the BM Facebook page, we're seeing the end of October for a starting run date.
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It looks like Hotel Fun continues to be the rage in Los Angeles. The Mondrian has ping-pong and now the Hollywood Roosevelt has midgets. According to this announcement the hotel will be getting a Vegas import act--Jeff Beacher's Madhouse presented by none other than David Arquette.
The show will feature "hard-partying dwarves" (like Tiny Kiss and mini-Britney) and burlesque acts along with "go-go girls, midget impersonators, live animals, acrobats, contortionists, and fire-breathers." There will also be a Midget Bar where little people will fly across the room to serve drinks. Here's more on the venue which will be located beneath the hotel:
Guests will enter the theater through an inconspicuous passageway, hidden behind a library bookcase, and travel through a light tunnel from ordinary existence into a fantasy-filled world.