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The D brings new topless revue and comedy-magic show to Downtown

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A view of new signage at The D Las Vegas in Downtown Las Vegas on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012.
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Following the launch of its steakhouse, The D hotel-casino Downtown brings two new shows to be featured in its recently revamped showroom this month.

Comedy-magic act “LaughterNoon Starring Adam London” and topless revue “Raack N Roll” will join long-running dinner theater comedy “Marriage Can Be Murder” in a slate of daily performances at the newly refurbished hotel formerly known as Fitzgerald's.

“Raack N Roll” hits the ground running with its debut show tonight at 10:30. The racy production comes from the producers of adult-stage staple “X Burlesque” at the Flamingo and will feature the tried-and-true combo of costumed “naughty nurses” and “tantalizing teachers” dancing to rock music. The show will run nightly Thursday through Monday at 10:30. Guests must be at least 18 years old.

No stranger to the Las Vegas stage, comic-magician Adam London returns with “LaughterNoon,” a lively, interactive daytime set showcasing London’s dual talents. “LaughterNoon” debuts Feb. 7 and will run daily at 4 p.m.

Murder-mystery production “Marriage Can Be Murder,” now in its 15th year, will continue its three-course dinner shows at 6:30 p.m. daily.

The new entertainment lineup follow’s The D’s announcement last week introducing Joe Vicari's Andiamo Italian Steakhouse, a popular Detroit restaurant that opens its first Las Vegas location at The D tonight.

The D relaunched in October after extensive renovations and a Detroit-themed rebranding inspired by owner Derek Stevens’ hometown.

To purchase tickets to any of the shows at The D, visit The D's website.

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