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Shows recommendation for non English-speaking parents

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by wallaby8600, May 12, 2014.

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  1. wallaby8600

    wallaby8600 Tourist

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    I will take my parents to Vegas in early July for 3 nights (first time and probably the only time for them) so I plan to bring them to see at least 2 shows. I already decided on one of them which is going to be Zarkana (partly because it's cirque and partly because of my MyVegas points). What do you think will be good for another one? I don't think topless shows will fit (me with my parents with topless girls ... hmmm) and although I would love to bring them to see O or Le Reve (I haven't seen them either although this is going to be my 5th Vegas visit), I think the tickets are a little too pricey. I thought about some random shows at at V theatre in PH, like the ultimate variety show or Vegas the show, or even Panda's at Palazzo but I'm not so sure about that. Could you guys please recommend anything for me and maybe where can I get cheap tickets? I saw some groupon deals for ultimate variety show but I'm not sure if it will be cheaper at Tix4Tonight. Thank you all!
     
  2. luci5

    luci5 Low-Roller

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    Any Cirque show should fit the bill, but as you say, they are expensive.

    What about the Blue Man Group as there is no dialogue in that show.
     
  3. Texas Gramma

    Texas Gramma Low-Roller

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    We've had show tickets come with a Caesar's room package... you might research this with other hotels where the shows you want to see are located. If your hotel is already set... email them to ask if they can be of any special help with show tickets. Most casinos will be eager to assist someone with a special need. I've had better luck emailing than phoning... they can take their time and get the right person to handle your request.
     
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    symbols Low-Roller

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    I haven't had much luck with Tix4Tonight for cirque and high demand shows. I was told they only do up to 30% off. I've been able to find less expensive tickets by going to the shows website and seeing what promotions they are offering. If you know someone with a NV ID you can have them buy for you as most shows in town give discounts to locals depending on season/demand.
     
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    Zarkana is a great option, because they don't speak a real language in that one. KA is also the same idea, minus the pre-show people that talk to the audience. I just saw it and Kraven was hilarious before the show. But if you show up close to the start of the show, you'd avoid the chance of being talked to.
     
  6. salukidean

    salukidean Low-Roller

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    Take them to Brittney....I don't think she speaks English either.
     
  7. wallaby8600

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    Thanks you all. I decided to bring them to Zarkana and O (pricey but I really hope the show will impress my parents). I wish I could see Britney, though :).
     
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