Joely Fisher speaks frankly about “growing up in a fishbowl” as the daughter of “Hollywood royalty,” singer Eddie Fisher and actress/singer Connie “Cricket” Stevens. Fisher, the half-sister of the late Carrie Fisher and Todd Fisher (Eddie and Debbie Reynold’s daughter and son), opened up about her incredible life during a recent interview, and said she plans on doing the same at her Vegas show.

“I want people to be transported (into my experiences) by my telling some stories of my life,” which includes family and the famous people she grew up with. “During my show, I will take you on a little ride, so buckle up!” laughed Fisher.

“I might even let people in on some secrets. When my mother split up with Eddie Fisher it hit all the tabloids. And remember two of his other wives were icons in Hollywood, too … Debbie Reynolds and Elizabeth Taylor.” Fisher could fill a book with her stories—and she did exactly that in Growing Up Fisher. In her Vegas show, Fisher will also sing and talk about her musical, film and TV roles.

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, 7 p.m. Dec. 1, starting at $39 plus tax and fee. 702.749.2000