Born in Chicago, Esther tells people that she grew up in the dark. Her grandfather and father owned neighborhood movie theaters on the city’s North Side, and weekends and summers in the ‘50s were spent watching movies of the era. She grew up in Tucson, lived in Southern California for 10 years, and moved to Las Vegas in 1976. She has dealt in art since 1971, but for the past 35+ years, has spent much of her life as an entertainment writer, with bylines in the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Sun, as well as numerous tourist publications. For the past 13 years, the mother of three, and grandmother of three young adult grandsons, has written a weekly online column under the name of Claire Voyant.
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We are most excited about hotel mogul Steve Wynn’s new project. It’s called ShowStoppers and it’s BIG! With a talented cast of 34 singers and dancers, backed by an on-stage, 30-piece orchestra, the 90-minute production opened in the Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas in mid-December. ShowStoppers is composed of many quintessential musical theater numbers from […]