Mister D: I don’t think there will be an outcry. This place is not a stadium. If you have to see faces and such….get binoculars. Better yet, just stay home and watch it on TV when it hopefully comes out on DVD. Photo: Kathy Griffin, Bette Midler, and Sarah Silverman Las Vegas Review Journal THE SCENE AND HEARD Norm Clarke 2/24/08 Audience members who have attended Bette Midler’s “The Showgirl Must Go On” at Caesars Palace are grousing that the giant LED screen is not showing closeups of Midler and her cast. A Friday attendee who said she paid $189 for a second mezzanine seat was unhappy that she couldn’t make out faces from that far up. Show spokeswoman Kris Lingle said the LED screen, a fixture in Celine Dion and Elton John shows at the 4,000-seat Colosseum, “is not used as a live LED screen but rather as a constant background of video and show projections.” Expect a chorus of dissatisfaction.