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Zombie Burlesque at V theater: yay or nay?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Happygirl21, Jan 4, 2016.

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  1. Happygirl21

    Happygirl21 Low-Roller

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    Just wondering if anyone has seen this show, seems a little quirky and odd, but overall it has pretty good reviews on Tripadvisor. Group-on currently has a deal, two tickets for $69.00. So was thinking to grab them. My BF is coming to LV with me next trip and he usually goes for the off-the-beaten-path, thinking this my be up his alley....

    Thanks :beer:
     
    AC, it's no LV but better than nothing.
    In the planning phase.
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    While I have not seen it myself. I have a nephew (20's) and a co-worker (late 30's) who saw the show and thought it was great. Additionally I know Vegas Seven has given it good marks: http://vegasseven.com/tag/zombie-burlesque/

    It's definitely not your typically burlesque (nudie) show. If you are into comedy, horror, and audience participation type shows it will be right up your alley.
     
  3. Snidely

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    I'd love to go see this show but my wife is afraid of zombies. We barely made it through Evil Dead 4D.

    Go in with low expectations and have a great time. I love these 3rd tier Vegas shows.
     
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    Unless either of you are easily offended, the show is alot of fun and well worth the cost.
     
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    we saw the show in October..had a great time...small venue and had a lot of audience participation,,we had a bogo so well worth the money
     
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    we thought it cheap and very cheezy. I would probably give this show a 'C' rating. I wouldn't recommend when there are so many better options.
     
    Always seems so far away............
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    Saw it last year and thought it was great for what it was. As others said, keep your expectations moderate and have fun.
     
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    yay - no horror, just a lot of laughs...
     
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    Tempted to check this out, though hot chicks as zombies sounds like an odd mix. :confused2:
     
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    It was entertaining but it's not something I'm going to go see again. It was also a lot less "burlesque" than I expected.
     
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    The comedy aspect of it was pretty funny. But it wasn't erotic by any means. I get that "zombies" are in but putting zombie makeup on a woman doesn't make her sexy at all. If it's erotic you want there are much better options.
     
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    I agree. We got discount tickets by just doing a web search for discounts a year and a half ago. Nothing scary to it. Lots of off color jokes - typical of burlesque. Some nudity but we took my husband's 70 something mother. She's pretty hip so enjoyed it too.
     
  13. Happygirl21

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    At this point, entertainment beats erotic,lol. However, if you know something that would be enticing by all means please share, ya never know :wink2:
    Thanks!
     
    AC, it's no LV but better than nothing.
    In the planning phase.
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    In case you decide to see the show, Living Social has tickets starting at $32 and you can get another 20% off by using code "Flash20" - the 20% discount is only good for the next 2 days. :)
     
  15. Happygirl21

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    Awe, thanks so much, Cinwhim! It would figure that I already purchased them from groupon. But I appreciate you taking the time to let me know
    :)
     
    AC, it's no LV but better than nothing.
    In the planning phase.
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    If you have ever seen V Variety show at PH (good show), some of the same acts are in ZB.
     
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    We really enjoyed it! Funny and quirky.
     
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