Friday, 5 September 2014

Vegas The Show - Great Las Vegas Shows

Come see the only production in Vegas, about Vegas!  This is THE show that celebrates iconic moments from the city's vast performance history.  Each scene represents a vintage Vegas act, inspired by Producer David Saxe’s experiences growing up in the entertainment industry during the Golden Era.  Combining Saxe’s original producing elements with Tiger Martina's high-energy choreography, it is no wonder why Vegas! The Show continually receives rave astounding reviews such as this: “My friend and I enjoyed the show.  The singers and dancers were amazing and, oh so talented.  The acts in between were fantastic.  We loved it from beginning to end!  We need to bring back this genre of ‘Vegas’ shows.” Furthermore, VEGAS! The Show was voted "Best Show in Las Vegas" by Broadway World

The production opens with a custodian named Ernie, working at the neon sign graveyard; he tells the audience, "For one night only, we want you to suspend reality and join us on a journey back in time to experience some of the greatest entertainers who ever played Vegas" as the stage transforms into a classic showgirl routine!  Not long after, the scene changes to a swinging number with Louis Prima and Keely Smith, then swiftly transitions to the 1960s when the Rat Pack played the Copa Room at the Sands.  This act tends to be a favorite as Sammy Davis Jr.'s "The Candy Man" features a parade of showgirls in fitted “Good & Plenty", "Almond Joy" and other candy outfits as they throw out chocolate to the audience.  Following is a performance by an Elvis tribute artist who proudly proclaims, “Yeah I know, I'm blond!”, jokingly letting the audience know that he and all the other performers intend to celebrate the original artists, rather than try to “be” them.  Other impersonators include Sonny and Cher singing their classic hit "I Got You Babe," as well as an Elton John tribute.  Other acts include seasoned magician, Joseph Gabriel and, of course, the finale with a pianist singing "Rocket Man," as video footage of vintage Vegas is featured on the curtains.

Deemed “the official show of Vegas”, take a trip back in time to see everything that influenced the Sin City we know and love today with your Vegas! The Show tickets in Las Vegas!

Thursday, 4 September 2014

David Copperfield Magic Show in Las Vegas

Will be a name associated with the next era of magic, like Houdini is with our generation. His magic is original it is mind blowing to see him be in one spot far away, boom an explosion, oh no what happened? Well then the next moment right over your head riding a motor cycle down to the stage is an unscathed David Copperfield, A sight one never forgets. 

Copperfield is best known for his combination of storytelling and illusion. However, if it is glitzy costumes, show off dancers, or flashy sets you’re after, well this is not the show for you. Copperfield likes to think that less is more when it comes to magic or the art of magic. 

Throughout his entire performance he has a friendly, personable, attitude that puts the audience at ease. When it comes to his big bag of tricks this intimate down to earth approach makes for a better experience for everyone. Well I don’t mean intimate by the huge Lincoln he may make appear over your head during the show but you understand I hope. 

Throughout Copperfield’s show the audience learns of the master magicians influence on everything from pop culture to political cartoons even postage stamps.  So make sure the family fun show is one you’re going to be so glad your group took advantage of seeing while in Las Vegas. David Copperfield tickets in Las Vegas make sure to make your Vegas vacation a magical one so do not miss out and regret forever not having your memory of the greatest magician who lived in our time. 

Copperfield, born (David Seth Kotkin) has a long history in the world of magic. In 1982 he started a rehabilitation program, called project magic, which helps disabled patients regain lost or damaged dexterity skills in more than 1000 hospitals internationally.  He has a star on the walk of fame, yet if you met him you would not know how famous he is. 

He likes to throw Frisbees and balls at audience members to prove he chooses volunteers at random and this is the man who walked through the Great Wall of China and made the Statue of Liberty disappear.  He has this ability to arouse people and create awe and wonderment even in the fiercest critics.

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