Las Vegas Show Reviews
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Puppetry of the Penis
"Puppetry of the Penis" is playing in the Jewel Box Theater at the Erotic Heritage Museum.
Basically, it's two naked guys playing with their penises, and twisting them into various
positions to resemble different things, such as "The Pelican," "The Windsurfer," "The Eiffel
Tower," "The Loch Ness Monster" and their signature creation, "The Hamburger." They call it
the Art of Genital Origami. This show has played in 35 countries and has been translated into
5 languages. The show is many things: awkward, outrageous, interesting, intriguing, funny,
uncomfortable, and certainly unique. To reiterate and to be perfectly clear (because I keep
getting questions :) it is full frontal nudity. The penises ARE the puppets. Yes, the guys
grab their dicks and put them in positions. This is the show.
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Thunder from Down Under
"The Thunder from Down Under" is playing inside the Excalibur Hotel and Casino. This group of
buff Australian men does their best to entertain, tantalize, tease, and whip their female
audiences into a frenzy with a variety of strip tease dances. With both group and individual
numbers, "The Thunder from Down Under," does a good job at pleasing its target audience.
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Michael Jackson: One
"Michael Jackson: One" is playing in the showroom at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. This much
anticipated opening of the new resident Cirque du Soleil show is filled with everything that one
would expect from a Cirque show: lots of acrobats, dancers, and sheer spectacle...more is more.
The show also comes with other things that we've come to expect from Cirque—a very uneven show
that has far more concept than it does clarity, and a show where the technology often over-
shadows and upstages the performers. Overall, the show is good, but flawed.
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