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How early to a show?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by markr520, May 4, 2013.

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  1. markr520

    markr520 Tourist

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    My wife and I are seeing donny and Marie on a Tuesday night at 730. The show is 90 minutes. I'm interested in seeing zumanity that same night at 10. In your experiences, is 1 hr cutting it too close in between shows? We will have a car or can cab it if necessary. I'm trying to keep one night completely unhooked and free for us, but if 1 hr is cutting it too close well just make zumanity for the Monday night. Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Sklem211

    Sklem211 High-Roller

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    1 hr is plenty of time. Especially if you have a vehicle or are taking a cab.
     
  3. heatherlovesvegas

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    I think you could be ok... just make sure as soon as Donnie & Marie are over, you hightail it straight out of Flamingo... but that's counting on it starting on time, ending on time, traffic, cab lines.... Personally, I'd just do it on separate nights so you aren't rushing.
     
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    You'll be fine, but I'd recommend having your tickets for both shows in your hands before heading out for the evening. Don't risk surprises of any kind.
     
  5. npom

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    you should be fine. Myself, I would rather not do 2 shows in a night. To much rushing around.
     
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    I wouldn't ever do 2 shows in one night, but wow you really picked 2 of the worst shows in Vegas to cram into the same night.
     
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    Donnie and Marie are awesome! I loved it haha. But yea, personally that's just too much. I barely want to do one show a trip.
     
  8. James2for1

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    I liked Donnie & marie when I went awhile ago, but I didn't particularly care for zumanity when I saw it. It seemed really forced, like they knew what seduction was about but not really how to do it. You could definitely see a burlesque-type show for cheaper that is more fulfilling.
     
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