Las Vegas

The showgirls will return but the show itself will be modernized when "Jubilee!" reopens March 17 at Bally's in Las Vegas. (Caesars Entertainment)

"Jubilee!," Las Vegas’ last showgirl extravaganza, will reopen March 17 after a major face-lift.

The show, staged at Bally's, has been dark since the end of January as a creative team, led by choreographer and director Frank Gatson Jr., modernizes the show. More than 13-million people have seen "Jubilee!" since it opened in 1981.

“The best of the show’s main elements will be preserved as a nod to the original production,” a news release said. It’s unclear whether some of the more memorable parts of the show — the story of Samson and Delilah and the sinking of the Titanic, for example — will still be part of the production. A publicist declined to elaborate.

Tickets, which cost $62.50 to $122.50, are on sale now. They’re also available by calling (855) 234-7469.

The show will be staged Saturdays through Thursdays.