Monday, March 16 marked two years since the opening of Tape Face at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Upon opening in 2018, Tape Face and crew launched performances inside House of Tape, a customized venue with eccentric design that includes fan art and gaffer tape. The Vegas show is a whimsical experience enjoyed by audiences of many different backgrounds, ages and languages.
Like all city-wide entertainment closures in Las Vegas, the Tape Face show is temporarily dark until it is safe to reopen again. The cast and creative teams send abundant well-wishes to friends around the world who are affected by the challenges and changes occurring at this time.
“I am beyond proud of the entire team at the Tape Face show for the huge achievement of celebrating two years at Harrah’s Las Vegas,” said Sam Wills, Tape Face creator and actor. “Whilst these times are tough, we look forward to seeing what future apocalyptic curveballs will be thrown at us over the next few years. Wash your hands and Stay Weird.”
Tape Face and crew look forward to performing in House of Tape again soon, and status updates will be available on social media @tapefaceboy or Ivorystar.com.
For more information about temporary closures at Caesars Entertainment properties, see their live-entertainment suspension statement.