Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Penn and Teller at the Rio Suite Hotel and Casino. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
These guys are great, very talented and they even come out at the end and sign autographs and have pics with you...loved it!
Worth doing if you can be bothered to travel to the Rio twice in one day; tickets need to be collected hours before the show starts! Nice that you could meet them after and get a picture and autograph.
Most of what they did I had seen before on the TV. But still - nice to see it in the flesh.
Although enjoyable, the show is too short to show the genius of Penn and Teller. They spend alot of time setting up their tricks. For the price of the tickets, it should be twice as long. There are better ways to spend your money in Vegas.
This show was just OK but don't get there too early as the Jazz pianist is an aquired taste and seems to go on forever. Don't be fooled thinking you can easily walk to the Rio from the strip as it's much further than it looks and not a nice walk (beggers etc)
Having been a massive fan of Penn and Teller, I was extremely excited at having the option to see them in Vegas, especially as my group and I picked them over seeing another Cirque du Soleil show like 'O'. The beginning part of the show was great, everyone was intruiged, interested, and attentive, but as the show went on...we were all pretty much tired, yawning and wanting the show to be finished quicker...I think the show needed more crazy, typical Penn and Teller tricks and illusions...I would definitely prefer to see a Cirque show over this in my opinion
These two have too much money and not enough talent. Some of the tricks I have seen street vendors do for spare change.