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Which show would you recommend for dance lovers?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by globecruiser, Dec 3, 2012.

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  1. globecruiser

    globecruiser Tourist

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    I like the Cirque du Soleil productions but not too fond of acrobats. On the other hand, we love watching good dancing.

    Which show would you recommend for those who like to watch dancing?

    Thanks! :nworthy:
     
  2. sammasseur

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    Le Reve has lots of outstanding dancing, as does LOVE.
     
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    I loved Dancing Queen but it did not get rave reviews. :cry:
     
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    Personally, I think the Rhino has the best dancers.
     
  5. globecruiser

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    Thank you for the replies! :nworthy: I will check them all out. :beer:

    It will be for us and the in-laws. They are old fashioned and a little prude. So I think I will stay away from Jubilee. :evillaugh One of them is hard at hearing so no comedies and not too much talking or audience interaction because that would just produce frustration.
     
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    Maybe Jabbawockeez?
     
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    That's gone, no?
     
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    Oh yeah. I see they left Monte Carlo in October. Moving to Luxor Spring 2013.
     
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    I wouldn't write off JUBILEE... it's the last Vegas classic in town,
    great dance numbers, fantastic costumes, and their era music.
    I suggest the FRONT ROW of REAR SECTION D center for a great
    experience! Call the box office for tickets...
    1.800.237.7469 or 1.702.967.4567
    THIS WOULD BE MY CHOICE!
     
  10. globecruiser

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    Thank you all for your help! :nworthy:

    I have checked everything recommended and more and I think we will stay on the safe (if boring) side and do either Le Reve or O. And maybe I will be able to sneak away for one night and watch Jubilee by myself. Front row sounds great. :ssst:

    We watched Mystere when we were in Vegas last time. While I liked the Cirque style visual and stage, there was just too much acrobatics for me. This time I will hope for more dancing.

    Could anyone recommend a good section for Le Reve? I checked the theater sitting site and it looks like the last row (called Dream) is more expensive and the front row is the least expensive? Is there any reason for that? Does it mean I need to stay as far back as possible? Thank you in advance for any enlightenment!
     
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    I prefer the seats up top for Le Reve. These days, I sit in the VIP
    seats...big comfy chairs, lots of leg room and the video screens so
    you can watch the artist back stage, under water, above the stage.

    In re to Jubilee...'the' front row is too close to really enjoy the visual.
    If you meant the front row of the rear section.....PERFECT!
    You should really consider taking your friends to this...you can choose
    one of the non topless Shows...call the box office. If you're looking for
    choreography, Jubilee has more than both Le Reve and 'O' combined.
     
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    I'm on the reverse end of the Le Reve seating preferences. I prefer front row (splash zone), as it is the least expensive, most interactive with the cast, and allows you to enjoy all the facial expressions and intimacy of the performers.
     
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