Jason Alexander to Perform Limited Engagement at Harrah’s Las Vegas

Actor and comedian Jason Alexander, best known as George on “Seinfeld,” will do a series of comedy-variety shows at Harrah’s Las Vegas, starting Apr. 11, 2014.

Alexander’s one-man show has one of the greatest titles of all time, “An Evening With Jason Alexander and His Hair.”

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander, sans the aforementioned hair. We got this photo at a poker event here in Las Vegas. Among his other talents, Alexander is a skilled poker player.

Jason Alexander’s show includes stand-up comedy, music, improvisation and audience participation.

The multi-talented comedian will perform Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings through May 4, 2014. Check out an interview with Jason Alexander about his show at the Las Vegas Sun.

Alexander’s hair, or lack of it, has been a popular topic of discussion since “Seinfeld” ended, and the comedian has often found it challenging to get other roles because he’s so closely identified with George Costanza.

Thankfully, Alexander has a sense of humor about his hairpiece, and is expected to use it for comedic effect during his show.

At one point, we took a photo of the back of Jason Alexander’s head. We have no idea why, other than our gift of prescience.

Jason Alexander
Well, that’s random.

Jason Alexander has been performing this one-man show for some time now, internationally and across the country. It sounds like the show has been fairly well received.

One reviewer said of the show, “There’s no lazy trading on his alter-ego’s legacy here. Yes, there’s plenty of Seinfeld trivia, but Jason Alexander is also a very good stand-up comedian.” Read more.

Shows at Harrah’s Las Vegas will start at 9:00 p.m., in the same theater used by “Million Dollar Quartet.” Tickets are $39.99, $59.99 and $79.99, with a meet-and-greet package for $125. Visit Ticketmaster for tickets. Because fees and surcharges are what make America great.

Unless you’d rather just show up and get tickets from a scalper. Because, yeah, “scalp.” Which, as you might have guessed, is why we have never had a one-man show on the Las Vegas Strip.