When Harrah's Entertainment bought Caesars Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City a little over two years ago, it inherited the Circus Maximus Theatre, a former gem of a space that had become a specter of its nearly 30-year-old self. Everything about the theatre was archaic, from its traditional Las Vegas “tables and chairs” type venue to its out-of-date audio gear. Something had to be done to bring the theatre into the millennium and attract the higher end performers coveted by its new ...

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