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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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Showstoppers
"Showstoppers" is playing at the Encore Theater inside the Wynn/Encore Resort & Casino. The show is conceived and written by Steve Wynn, himself, and offers a plethora of "showstopping" numbers. There is a large cast of dancers and singers, supported by a full orchestra. All of the elements seem to be in place for an excellent night of theater, (and indeed, there are some great moments,) but sadly, the production falls short in many, many areas.
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The Paul Lynde Show
THE PAUL LYNDE SHOW is playing inside the Windows showroom at Bally's Hotel & Casino. This is a masterful tribute to one of America's most honored comedians by comedian and acclaimed celebrity impersonator Michael Airington. Airington takes his audience on a fun laugh-filled trip through the highs and lows of Paul Lynde's life - from his big-screen debut in New Faces of 1952, through his Broadway turn in Bye Bye Birdie, his TV turn as Uncle Arthur on BEWITCHED to thirteen years as the center Square on the Hollywood Squares.
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