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Show recommendations for tweens?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by chukli, Jan 23, 2013.

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  1. chukli

    chukli Tourist

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    Booked to see Ka, but wondering if there are any other magic/ or kid friends comdey shows that i should consider taking my 12 year old to ?
    Also, i am hoping to check out discounted tickets by Ticket4Tonight, and hoping whatever recommendations are made can be availabe for discounts.
     
  2. GREGRIO

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    MAC KING at Harrah's would be great for you two!
    2 afternoons Shows I believe...call 'em and ask: 1.800.392.9002
    Also inquire about where to find the FREE coupons they pass out.
    (free for the price of a $10. drink that is...but still well worth it)
     
  3. vegasqc

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    I seem to remember a kid at my table for David copperfield at the mgm
     
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    I haven't seen it but I think Blue Man Group would be a good one -- or Rock of Ages is coming to the Venetian I think....that should be fun! Ka is perfect. Next to Love, by far my favorite of the Cirque shows.
     
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    Blue Man Group would be a great choice for kids/tweens/etc. seen them 3 times so far (although not in LV) and enjoyed all of them, and there definitely was a mix of ages in the crowd, and everybody seemed to have a great time.
    there is occasional mild adult humor, if I remember correctly, but nothing bad by any means.
     
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    $13/ticket when you add in the tax on that drink.

    Shows for tweens, I'd recommend Disney World, lots of great shows for audiences of all ages.
     
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    Depends on the tween. I started going to Broadway shows when I was 7 and I LOVED them. I've told the story before, but I used to make my barbie dolls act out Evita - I had the double album I'd play in the background and make them act it out & sing. I still prefer a Broadway style musical to any other kind of theater.

    I was a hyperactive kid (literally -I was on ritalin a couple of years before they just skipped me up a year in school) and I had no problem sitting through a couple hours of a performance:peace:
     
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    There was a kid sitting in front of me at Jersey Boys last time I was in Vegas. I strongly recommend against that.
     
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