The Miss Behave Game Show Arrives in Las Vegas

Miss Behave // Photo by Matt Crockett

The Miss Behave Gameshow is arriving on the Las Vegas Strip this summer.

The DIY game show will open at the Back Room at Bally’s Las Vegas on Friday, July 7. Miss Behave is the host of the show, with her assistant Tiffany, played by Bret Pfister, by her side. The two hosts both starred in the Olivier Award-winning hits “La Clique” and “La Soiree.” 

The Miss Behave Gameshow is all about getting interactive on the audience’s terms, Bally’s Las Vegas said in a press release. Audience members will be enticed to step out of their comfort zones and immerse themselves in Miss Behave’s world of sin. There are prizes to be won and a variety of acts to watch – “both occasionally of questionable quality.”


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The twist behind this game show is that there are no rules. Guests sometimes win something, and other times win nothing. But oftentimes, audience members will become pitted against one another to win, and sometimes their phones will need to be used in order to play. Some of the games played on this show are “Dial My Number Quickest,” “The Laid Lottery” and “Sit on a Seat and See What Happens.”

Before coming to Las Vegas, Miss Behave and her crew completed a tour covering Europe, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. Since completing the tour, the game show has received critical praise from across the globe. The New York Times called the Miss Behave Gameshow “sassy and charismatic”; The Press, New Zealand said that it is a “hedonistic and infectious party not to be missed.” 

The Miss Behave Game Show performs Wednesday through Sunday at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.

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