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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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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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Laughternoon, starring Adam London
Laughternoon, starring Adam London, is playing in the showroom at the D Hotel & Casino. This is a comedy magic show that is great for the entire family. It is a simple and easy show to see, and a great way to entertain the family-especially on those hot summer Vegas days. The showroom is small and intimate, and London's personality makes it easy to create a great relationship with the audience.
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BeatleShow! (formerly, The Fab Four Live;) is playing inside the Saxe Theater in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. It moved from the V Theater not too long ago, and for this show, it is a good move. This is a tribute show (obviously, to the Beatles---their sound, their look, their music, and most of all, their legacy. The recreation of John, Paul, George, and Ringo is done well, and I appreciate that the emphasis of the recreation was with the music. The sound of the band is far more important than the look. You do get the feel of what it might have been like to be at a Beatles concert. It is emphasized on several occasions that this music is being played and sung live-another element that I really appreciate.
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