Posted in Stage Shows October 1st, 2010
- Jubilee (Bally’s) Jubilee gives viewers the most authentic display of Old Vegas still playing, complete with gorgeous, fully costumed show girls and beautifully choreographed dance sequences, culminating in an exquisite mastery of visual theatre. If you’re a typical guy and perhaps precise choreography doesn’t get your blood pumping, consider that Jubilee is a topless show.
- “O” by Cirque du Soleil (Bellagio) For lack of better words, “O” will blow your mind, challenging the very laws of physics, human lung capacity, and if local lawmakers have any semblance of social responsibility then perhaps even Las Vegas safety regulations as performers take to the pool in this surf and turf blend of synchronized swimming and acrobatic showmanship. A more detailed description wouldn’t do the show just, “O” is a modern marvel you will have to see to believe. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Stage Shows September 27th, 2010
People watching on the Strip may be enough of a show for some Vegas visitors, but for those who truly want to be oohed and awed, there’s quite simply no place like Sin City. Vegas has firmly established itself as an often imitated, never replicated entertainment Mecca, more comparable to Disney World for adults than a viable metropolitan area. On the off chance you think you might be bored, try taking in one of the city’s world class live performance shows, of course, if you’re legitimately bored in Vegas, therapy is probably a better use of your time. These long-running Vegas classics will be sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
- Penn and Teller (Rio) When night falls on the desert, Las Vegas lights up like a sprawling Christmas tree. The oasis of light shining bright amid the otherwise desolate arid region gives tourists the illusion that anything is possible, if not probable. Penn and Teller have been the premiere illusionists in Vegas, since they took their magic act to the Rio in 2001. The duo performs every night except Thursday, delivering a full 90 minutes of suspense, intrigue, bewilderment and laughter. Read the rest of this entry »