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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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Mike Hammer
Mike Hammer, with his Comedy Magic show, is playing inside the Canyon Club at the Four Queens Hotel and Casino. The show has been called "The Most Interactive Show of the Year," and certainly the bulk of the audience gets involved in one way or another in the antics of Mike Hammer. The show seems to have equal parts of comedy and magic, and the quick paced show never seems to have a lull or down point. Mike is exceedingly talented and adeptly handles anything that the audience seems to hand him.
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David Copperfield
David Copperfield plays at the Hollywood theatre at the MGM whenever he is in town. Watching his show is an amazing experience---part of it is seeing the show, and part of it is seeing this man that has become, not only a legend, but synonymous with magic itself. He is the best- known magician in the world, and he is the standard by which all other magicians are measured. Reading his resume is pretty much reading the list of the greatest feats of magic ever done. He has an astounding reputation. Initially, he built his name on doing the impossible, such as making the Statue of Liberty disappear, walking through the Great Wall of China, escaping from Alcatraz, and levitating and vanishing the 45 ton Orient Express, and the list goes on and on...and while he can't bring gigantic illusions like that to this stage, he does perform other feats that seem impossible, right in front of our eyes.
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O
'O' is an amazing and awe-inspiring production. It continues to play at the O Theatre inside the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. Put together by the renowned company of Cirque du Soleil, it is and will continue to be one of the best shows in Las Vegas. The only way that this show might be de-throned, is with the next grand Cirque production. The show is amazing. It is a step into the surreal. Basic elements of water, earth, fire, and air are mixed and mingled in a variety of spectacular performances of dancing, swimming, acrobatics, and clowning. It is difficult to say, "the show is about...," because the themes and the elements, and how the performers interact with these things, are what the show centers around. The show is a triumph in exploring the boundaries of performance with the elements.
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