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Published: August  27, 2014

Beacher's Madhouse

Beacher's Madhouse has been all over the country in the last decade, but originated with Jeff Beacher's comedy shows at the Triad Cabaret Theatre in NYC. The first show to use the Madhouse name was at Madison Square Garden's Paramount Theatre on June 14th, 2002. Beacher used the term Madhouse to describe the feeling one gets while immersed in this strange and exciting environment.

By the summer of 2002, Beacher took his hit variety show to the Supper Club on Broadway. For the next year and a half, every show was sold out. From there, he played one more sold out show in New York at Madison Square Garden's Paramount Theatre before hitting the road to expand his empire.

Trying to figure out his next move, Jeff Beacher flew to Los Angeles. There he met with Jeff Pollack, a successful entrepreneur, writer and producer. After the meeting, the two agreed that Las Vegas, the world's entertainment capital, was the perfect city for a show as outrageous and cutting-edge as the Madhouse.

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Beacher's Madhouse Theater 7000 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles-CA

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Published: August  27, 2014

Beacher's Madhouse

Beacher's Madhouse has been all over the country in the last decade, but originated with Jeff Beacher's comedy shows at the Triad Cabaret Theatre in NYC. The first show to use the Madhouse name was at Madison Square Garden's Paramount Theatre on June 14th, 2002. Beacher used the term Madhouse to describe the feeling one gets while immersed in this strange and exciting environment.

By the summer of 2002, Beacher took his hit variety show to the Supper Club on Broadway. For the next year and a half, every show was sold out. From there, he played one more sold out show in New York at Madison Square Garden's Paramount Theatre before hitting the road to expand his empire.

Trying to figure out his next move, Jeff Beacher flew to Los Angeles. There he met with Jeff Pollack, a successful entrepreneur, writer and producer. After the meeting, the two agreed that Las Vegas, the world's entertainment capital, was the perfect city for a show as outrageous and cutting-edge as the Madhouse.