Or is it Palazzo? Saw this on twitter yesterday. Seems like a good choice! I saw the broadway show when it was on tour, and it was a lot of fun, and I'm sure Vegas will make it extremely over the top and more entertaining. http://www.pe.com/iguide/casinos/nevada-casinos-headlines/20120611-las-vegas-rock-of-ages-is-coming-to-venetian.ece ”Rock of Ages,” the long-running Broadway musical directed by Murrieta’s Kristin Hanggi, is coming to The Venetian Las Vegas. The show will open in December. Exact date, cast and director have not been announced, but the resort has already opened a theme bar for the show, the Bourbon Room. After performances, cast members will party with audience members in the Bourbon Room, according to the Las Vegas Sun. “Rock of Ages” is a juke box musical featuring heavy metal hits and power ballads of the 1980s. It is set on the Sunset Strip and based on such clubs as The Whiskey A Go-Go. A Warner Bros. movie version opens Friday in which an A-list cast that includes Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin and Catherine Zeta-Jones joins newcomers such as Julianne Hough. The Venetian hosted a gala screening of the movie in New York City last week with Hough and film director Adam Shankman in attendance. The guest list from the rock world included Julian Lennon and Matchbox 20’s Rob Thomas. The Venetian is sister resort to the Palazzo. “Rock of Ages” is replacing the Palazzo’s attraction “Jersey Boys,” which recently moved to Paris Las Vegas. The Venetian’s custom-made, one act version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera” will close Sept. 2.