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The New 'Miss Behave Game Show' Struts Into Vegas

Category Vegas Showstoppers

|by ShowTickets Editors |

Las Vegas welcomes a sassy new show to the Strip!

miss behave game show

Las Vegas welcomes a new show to the Strip at Ballys – The Miss Behave Game Show. Nab your discounted tickets on ShowTickets to this hilariously wacky performance. Coming to the States from a critically acclaimed run in London, this game show takes on a saucy spin that fits right in with its newfound Vegas home.

In a saucy move, audience members are separated when entering the venue based on the phones they carry, with iPhone owners sitting apart from those owners of other types of phones. Each group “competes” against one another throughout the night, highlighting the show’s cheeky humor and irreverent onstage gags.

The cocktails flow generously at this interactive show hosted by the delicious Miss Behave herself, where you can test your wits. The glitzy costumes and larger-than-life personalities juxtapose with the simple set design filled with colorful signs scrawled with quips and statistics.

Don’t miss this outrageous evening of raunchy humor, wild interactions and unpredictable mania, now on the Vegas Strip.

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