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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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Fantasy
"Fantasy" is playing at the Luxor Hotel and Casino. The show has just celebrated its twelfth year on the Strip, making it one of the more solid shows in Las Vegas. This is a topless adult dance revue very much like all of the other topless adult dance reviews in town. It is simply another variation on a theme. "Fantasy," however, seems to execute this format a bit better than the rest. The show is fairly quick paced and all of the numbers are done with a lot of energy and exuberance. The talents of lead singer/host Lorena Peril keep "Fantasy" fresh and vibrant. There are enough variety and changes in the show to keep things interesting.
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Mystere
"Mystere," playing inside the theatre at Treasure Island, is one of the best productions in Las Vegas. The show recently celebrated its 6,000th performance, and after more than 10 years, the show has managed to stay in top form. There are moments when the show is awe-inspiring and filled with wonder. It is as amazing as it has always been. It seems that, no matter how many times you see it, there is still always something new to find within this production. The production creates a visual fantasia and shows us that sometimes the impossible is, in fact, possible.
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Baz
Baz: Star Crossed Love, is playing inside the Palazzo Theater. This is a musical mash up of three Baz Luhrmann films: Romeo and Juliet, The Great Gatsby, and Moulin Rouge. I have mixed feelings about this production. Some of the production numbers are brilliant. A lot of the acting is bad. The singing is out of this world. A lot of the directing is muddled and lacks focus. The dynamic of the show is lost without connective tissue, and the last third of the show is all about big numbers...the bottom line is that without the dynamics, we just don't feel anything for the performers or characters.
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