The ACT, a groundbreaking, performance-based nightclub theater by New York nightlife and theater impresario Simon Hammerstein, officially opened its doors on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 with a star-studded grand opening celebration hosted by Vegasmagazine and (BELVEDERE)RED. Over 1000 revelers got caught in the ACT, including Sir Elton John,who flew in 120 of his closest friends to celebrate the grand finale of husband David Furnish’s 50th birthday weekend. Other notable guests included Susan Sarandon sporting a purple wig, actress Malin Akerman,Mad Menbombshell Christina Hendricks and her beau Geoffrey Arend, fellow Mad MenMichael Gladis,andGleestar Mark Salling.
Located on the third level inside The Shoppes at The Palazzo,The ACThasushered in a new variety of nightlife focused on a uniquely decadent experience, over-the-top theatrical performances, nightly rituals and audience involvement in the shows. The expansive 9,000-square-foot, multi-level space features opera house-meets-speakeasy aesthetic enveloped in various chambers, 12 private balcony boxes, an exclusive backstage VIP area, and five bars. The ACT is managed by Variety Worldwide and is the latest venture by Hammerstein, a seasoned theatrical producer and mastermind behind internationally acclaimed The Box in New York City and London. Press Report by Omar DeWindt
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