Audience uses cellphones in ‘The Miss Behave Game Show’

Sunday, 12 November 2017, 10:49:08 AM. The quiz show categories are scrawled in black marker on torn fading strips of cardboard — much like the helpless homeless individual begging for money on the corner. The prizes are simply th…
The quiz show categories are scrawled in black marker on torn, fading strips of cardboard — much like the homeless individual begging for money on the corner. The prizes are simply the word “PRIZE” scrawled on yet another piece of cardboard. Welcome, not only to the wildest night out you never knew you wanted in Las Vegas — but it’s also the cheapest production to be staged on the Strip. In fact, its budget was less than a $1.99! Not only is the new “Miss Behave” show in the Back Room Theater at Bally’s outrageous and eccentric, it is a highly chaotic world. “Miss Behave,” played by Amy Saunders, is accompanied onstage with an i-Pad, a heavily tattooed, thin, male assistant, called Tiffany, and piles of those cardboard props! Low budget doesn’t even begin to describe this insanity but audiences are lapping it up as a poor man’s “Rocky Horror” show and making it a cult-rave without one cent spent on advertising. I went with a behavioral psychologist in an attempt to understand the no-rules show — and we both got hopelessly lost in its madness. Yet, somehow we joined in throwing sponge balls at the two stars on stage. It’s fast, feverish, frantic, frenetic, frenzied, yet fantastic fun that could spell the end of variety as we once knew it. Who else but “Miss Behave” would twist a thorny rose stem right through her tongue? Yes. We did groan at that performance art! You must have a cellphone — either an Android or an iPhone. That’s the only rule in the game show as there are no...Read more
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