It's all hits and no misses as Steve Wynn cherry picks the greatest Broadway hits to create "ShowStoppers," a performance highlighting some of America's favorite show numbers.Broadway's rock star composers and lyricists are all represented here with music from Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Marvin Hamlisch and more as numbers from more than 10 musicals are presented in their full glory.The hits being performed feel like who's who of Tony Award winners seeing that the show's catalogue of songs has earned 43 Tony Awards and countless number of various other recognitions."ShowStoppers" features iconic songs like "All That Jazz" from "Chicago," "Cabaret" from "Cabaret," "Everything's Coming Up Roses" from "Gypsy" and many more that you've probably belted out in the shower.But perhaps more elaborate than your shower, Wynn is sparing no expense to create a show that expresses the very best of live Broadway entertainment with a remarkable 66-member cast of 35 singers and dancers all backed by an on-stage, 31-piece orchestra, as well as exceptional costume and set designs that evoke an unparalleled “Razzle Dazzle” element."ShowStoppers" was inspired by Wynn's birthday party for his wife, Andrea. At that celebration, Broadway stars Rachel York and Hugh Jackman performed hit songs backed by dancers and an orchestra. That experience ignited a passion in Wynn to bring a similar show to his Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas."These show stopping numbers, they seem to have a power of their own," said Steve Wynn, chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts. "The reason they're showstoppers is that they touch some element of human nature and human emotion that seems to resonate generation after generation."An undoubtedly high-quality production, not only does “ShowStoppers” feature a myriad of showstopping tunes, but the costumes and talent that aid in bringing each scene to life are just as dazzling. Clearly designed to wow the audience, from the intricate attention to detail to the grand display of elaborate sets, it is not just the show’s soundtrack that receives the spotlight, but it is the production as a whole that makes this entertainment experience so incredible.To deliver an epic night of showstoppers in "ShowStoppers," Wynn has recruited an award-winning creative team including director Phil McKinley, recently with Broadway's "Spiderman: Turn off the Dark;" choreographer and three-time Emmy Award-winner Marguerite Derricks; costume designer Suzy Benzinger, the head costume designer for the Oscar award-winning film "Blue Jasmine;" and Emmy Award-winning musical director David Loeb.An undoubtedly high-quality production, not only does “ShowStoppers” feature a myriad of showstopping tunes, but the costumes and talent that aid in bringing each scene to life are just as dazzling. Clearly designed to wow the audience, from the intricate attention to detail to the grand display of elaborate sets, it is not just the show’s soundtrack that receives the spotlight, but it is the production as a whole that makes this entertainment experience so incredible.And implementing the behind-the-scenes talent are the singers, dancers and musicians who captivate the audience with their entrancing execution of some of Broadway’s most notable tunes. All selected from esteemed backgrounds in their field, leading the male singers include Randal Keith, David Burnham and Andrew Ragone. Keith is a veteran Las Vegas performer having played three lead roles in "Phantom -- The Las Vegas Spectacular" and also appeared in "Monty Python's Spamalot" at the Encore Theater. Ragone is a fellow "Phantom" performer, having played Raoul in the Vegas show. And Burnham has earned accolades as Fabrizio in the national tour of "The Light in the Piazza." In addition to having played the role of Fiyero in "Wicked" on Broadway.Leading the female performers, Kerry O'Malley, Lauren Molina and Lindsay Roginski have all also had an impressive run in the entertainment world prior to “ShowStoppers.” O'Malley has performed in film ("Annabelle," "Earth to Echo," "Terminator: Genesis") and on TV ("Boardwalk Empire" and "Irving Berlin's White Christmas"), while Nolina starred as Johanna in "Sweeney Todd" on Broadway and fellow Broadwayite Roginski starred as Roxie Hart in "Chicago" and as Lola in "Damn Yankees."A single Broadway showstopper is so bold that it is rare if there is more than one of these show-stopping numbers is in one performance -- just imagine the incredible energy of watching (and dancing along to!) nearly 20 in a row.