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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.

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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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Anthony Cools
Anthony Cools plays inside the "Anthony Cools Experience" at the Paris Las Vegas. His is the extreme hypnosis show in the city...It is extreme, uncensored, and absolutely outrageous. The show follows a typical hypnosis show format, but it truly is far more excessive than any of the other shows of that ilk in town. The things that he gets people to do are completely shocking. His patter and delivery is slick and well rehearsed, and the show runs exceedingly smoothly.
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Human Nature
Human Nature is playing in the newly named "Human Nature Theatre" at the Imperial Palace. Human Nature is an Australian vocal pop group that sings the hits of Motown. With the endorsement of Smoky Robinson, the group has just successfully celebrated their one-year anniversary and has signed on for an additional two-year run. The songbook of Motown seems to be a perfect vehicle for this quartet of singers. It seems impossible to not like what you see and hear.
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