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Las Vegas Show Reviews
Here you will find Las Vegas Show reviews written by Chuck Rounds. Use Top Menu to find the review you are looking for. Also be sure to read Chuck's monthly Las Vegas Entertainment Newsletter
Donny and Marie
Donny & Marie Osmond are playing in the main showroom at the Flamingo Hotel. What started out as
a six-month contract has turned into a five year residency with one extension after another. The
show has become a tremendous hit and is well recognized as being one of the best shows in Las
Vegas. The pair has proven themselves to be outstanding additions to the Strip, and their show
should be enjoyed by everyone.
Full Review of Donny and Marie
Menopause the Musical
NOTE: Now playing at Harrah's
Menopause the Musical is playing at the Shimmer Cabaret inside the Las Vegas Hilton. Inspired
by a hot flash and a bottle of wine, writer/producer Jeanie Linders created the show as a
celebration of women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived "the change."
Since its first performance, the show has evolved as a "grassroots" movement of women who deal
with life after 40 and all the challenges that result in the mental, physical and spiritual
freedom of over 38 million post WW2 baby boomer female.
Full Review of Menopause the Musical
Mentalist Gerry McCambridge is performing at the V2 showroom inside the Miracle Mile shops at
Planet Hollywood. His show is centered around tricks and illusions that are geared to mess
with people's minds-part magic, part psychic, part hypnotist, and part statistical analyst.
"Mentalism is the art of riding the fine line between intuition and illusion," says
McCambridge. "How much of each I use in a particular routine is my secret." For the most part,
he does "tell" us how the gimmicks are done...with enough omission in order to keep us
guessing. He tells us what is happening, but he doesn't really tell us, if that makes sense.
The show is an amusing escape with plenty of different elements to keep us engaged. The
routines in his show oftentimes remind me of what would be considered parlor tricks.
Full Review of Gerry McCambridge
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