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Which Cirque Show?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by carlyzmom, May 24, 2012.

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  1. carlyzmom

    carlyzmom Tourist

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    I have only seen one Cirque show (Alegria) - We only have time for one show and I want to see the BEST! Thanks!
     
  2. JWBlue

    JWBlue VIP Whale

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    Most people say Mystere
     
  3. GREGRIO

    GREGRIO Tourist

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    You'll be in for quite the treat if you've only seen CIRQUE's traveling tent Shows.
    For your first Las Vegas CIRQUE DU SOLEIL Show...I suggest 'MSTERE' at Treasure Island.
    www.treasureislandlasvegas.com
    Point to SHOWS, 'click' MYSTERE

    Call the box office for tickets 1.800.944.7444

    I suggest SEC. 203 which is UPPER REAR CENTER, ROWS, CC,DD,EE,FF.
    Other great sections are SEC. 202,204...same rows and as close to center SEC. 203 as possible.
    The first couple rows around the stairs can have the stair handrail in your view (Rows AA,BB)
    Look at the seating chart and avoid seats around the stairs...ask the box office rep for help.

    *BE IN YOUR SEATS aprox. 15min. before showtime for the best CIRQUE Pre-Show in town!
     
  4. carlyzmom

    carlyzmom Tourist

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    Thanks for the great info!!
     
  5. carlyzmom

    carlyzmom Tourist

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    Thanks so much! I just purchased my tix in sect. 203! Since you seem to know where the good seats are, what do you recommend for Jubilee?
     
  6. GREGRIO

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    For JUBILEE, I perfer MIDDLE SECTION 'C', ROW C.
    Once apon a time, I could book row A. They hold rows A and B
    for comps and VIP tics until the day of the Show...probably close
    to maybe an hour before showtime...they WE and buy them.
    Row A is great. Nothing in front of you but JUBILEE.
    Sitting any closer, I think you loose the BIG effect of this Show.
    Box office: 1.702.967.4567 (no 1.800 on this one for the box office)
    www.ballyslv.com
     
  7. carlyzmom

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    Thanks GREGRIO, you have been a great help!
     
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    Our favorites so far in order would be:
    Mystere, Love, O, Ka
    Although not a Cirque show but very similar is LeReve, perhaps ahead of O
     
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    We loved O and Zumanity. Didn't really care for Love.
     
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    Ka. The things they do with the hydraulic stage is worth it alone.

    Bill
     
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    O hands down
     
  12. arkansas grandma

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    Isn't it amazing how things like this are so subjective. I did not think O was worth the money, thank goodness someone else brought the $200 seat for me. Did I enjoy it? Yes, especially the mechanics that went into producing it, but I did not think it was worth that kind of money.

    Nita
     
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    and that is the truely amazing part!!!:rolleyes2:
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Lots of different opinions.

    For us, we would go with LOVE - without a doubt.
     
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    MYSTERE looks like a great show. We've never been to Vegas. Should we buy tickets in advance?
     
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    Well I have seen LOVE and I LOVED it lol...

    My brother in law is trying so hard for me to go see KA.... I want to see Penn and Teller, granted they are different shows but just thinking about both maybe for the July trip
     
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    Love was my favorite

    I'm a big music fan so the combo of the beatles music, psychedelic lighting and acrobats and such pushed it over the top for me
     
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    MYSTERE or Ka...... those are my favorites :)
     
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    Mystere by far! KA was snoring boring, jmo! Viva Elvis was cheesy/bubble gummish no wonder it's kaput.
     
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