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HELP - Which Show ?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by andrew5499, Aug 10, 2012.

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  1. andrew5499

    andrew5499 Tourist

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    We have seen most of the shows in vegas. This time we are looking at the following

    1. David Copperfield
    2. Terry Fator
    3. Ka

    Seen Ka before; but the other 2 we have not seen.

    How is Fator ?

    which would you choose ?
     
  2. Iamrice

    Iamrice High-Roller

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    I vote for Ka.

    I've seen about 30 seconds of Fator on TV and I would not want to see any more than that... ever!

    Copperfield could be cool, but I'd go for Ka.
     
  3. GREGRIO

    GREGRIO Tourist

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    Shouldn't be that hard...go with your interests.
    One's an illusion Show, the other is a puttet Show...
    Both as entertaining or not as the other.

    I haven't seen David's Show in years...it was good but
    I read posts that say he just seems to be going through the
    motions which seems odd with all the MGM hype about him
    being their big headliner.

    Terry's Show got old real quick for me...it is a puppet Show
    after all, talented as he is. If you choose his Show, sit as
    down front and center as you can. The further back you
    get, the more effect you loose.
     
  4. brownies95

    brownies95 Low-Roller

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    Terry Fator:thumbsup:

    Tim:peace:
     
  5. sammasseur

    sammasseur VIP Whale

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    Was a big fan of Fator when he was competing on AGT, and especially eager to see him live. And after about an hour, I didn't regret leaving to get to Le Reve earlier. And the scandals in his personal life have made it unlikely for me to see him again. He seemed like such an honest humble guy until he made it big. I'm including links in case anyone is interested in what I'm referring to:

    http://www.vegaschatter.com/story/2010/2/11/14141/8656/vegas-travel/So+What+Attracted+This+Hot+21+Year+Old+To+Millionaire+Terry+Fator%3F

    http://www.agtnews.com/terry-fator-weds-on-stage-assistant-shes-half-his-age

    http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2011/may/26/terry-fator-sets-record-straight-about-ex-wife-new/
     
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  6. Nittany1

    Nittany1 VIP Whale

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    Would not suggest David Copperfield.Our entire group was disappointed last year.
    I've seen Ka once and I'm considering a second time.
     
  7. mted58

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    Wow, I'm really sorry to hear about David Copperfield being a bad show. Got tickets to see him in Oct and was really looking forward to it, my husband is a big fan of illusionists.
    We enjoyed Terry Fator's show a couple years ago, was very entertaining but to each his own I guess. :peace:
     
  8. mike_m235

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    I've seen Terry Fator and Ka. My wife liked them both a lot. I thought they were both okay, which is about the highest rating I ever give to a show. Was a weird night when we saw Fator, because Michael Jackson had just died and that impression was a big part of his act.
     
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