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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.

Latest review:

IMAGINARIUM
'IMAGINARIUM' is Las Vegas' newest illusion spectacular starring David Goldrake playing inside the showroom at the Tropicana Las Vegas. This show combines classic magic with circus performers, and is supported by a large LED wall to create all of the settings. Magic is a tough gig. A magic show in Las Vegas is a far tougher gig. We have seen all of the best magicians in the world, and to bring something unique to this town is very difficult. And while Goldrake performs all of his illusions adeptly, there is very little that is truly exceptional to his show. Having said that, 'IMAGINARIUM' does fill the absence of a good basic magic show in Las Vegas.
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Crazy Girls
"Crazy Girls" is currently playing at the Riviera Hotel and Casino. (I say "currently" because the Riviera was just sold and is going to close in the upcoming months.) This is the classic topless show that everyone thinks of and refers to when it comes to a topless adult production in Las Vegas. This show doesn't pretend to be anything other than what it is--topless entertainment. There are certain expectations whenever someone buys a ticket for a show, and with "Crazy Girls," you get what we have paid for--beautiful women with exposed breasts, dancing, teasing and taunting. There is no attempt at complex staging or choreography, no big sets, no elaborate artistic lighting; "No ifs, ands, or..." It is what it is.
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Million Dollar Quartet
"Million Dollar Quartet" is playing inside the main showroom at Harrah's. The show is based on an actual meeting and jam session that occurred on December 4, 1956, at Sun Studio with Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis. After a run on Broadway and a tour stop at the Smith Center last year, it has landed this open-ended run. It is a show that is lots of fun with a lot of great music.
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