Monday, April 20, 2015

Magicians in Las Vegas

There are many different kinds of shows you can go to see.  Some are hard core magicians and some are just jokesters that do magic.  Most have night shows up to six nights a week.

    Lance Burton, who performs at the Monte Carlo Hotel, is original in his act as well as charming.  He starts the show with precise close-up magic.  In one show, he tossed a bird in the air that became confetti in front of everyone.  He moves onto bigger illusions and his act is extremely good.  He also has a juggler in his show that can juggle a chainsaw, a peanut M&M, and a beanbag chair.

    Penn and Teller are two magicians you don't want to miss.  The ever quiet Teller usually always winds up being the guinea pig to the ever boisterous Penn.  They perform magic tricks and then take the time to explain how they are done.  They also do juggling, make really off the wall comments, and do some really mean stunts.  The stunt most want to see is Teller catch a bullet in his teeth after Penn shoots him.

    Criss Angel became famous through his “Mindfreak” television show.  He is located at the Luxor Hotel and performs at others in Las Vegas as well.  He has done the Houdini trick “Metamorphosis” with no curtain.  He has cut himself in two and put himself back together.  Criss also shows his mentalist abilities when he asks people to think of certain objects or numbers.

    Mac King, performing at Harrah's hotel, is one of the best afternoon shows you can see.  He is famous for close-up magic that really defies your eyes and brain.  Mac's show is perfect if you need something for the kids right before dinner or another show.  He is not very expensive and is an consummate performer.

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