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I loved the show. Seats were very close to the stage. If you go before the show, Penn plays the bass guitar. After the show, they go out front for pictures and autographs. For someone who has been a fan since I was 10, show was amazing.
The Penn and Teller show was full of surprises! They have a unique way of combining magic and their own brand of humor. If you have seen their TV show, you will not be disappointed. The tricks and illusions are interesting, funny and artful. I was very impressed with the Penn and Teller show. I would definitely recommend it to everyone!
I was really impressed with this show. We had great seats, right in the middle of the theater with the best views of the stage. Even though they explained how they did some of their tricks, I was still baffled. The tricks that floored me were the goldfish, reading people's minds and the finale - catching bullets - it really has to be seen to be believed! These guys are amazing..
Fantastic show! If you love Penn and Teller you will love the show! Seats were ok, not the best but definatly not the worst, could see what you needed to see.
Good show but not a lot of new material. Penn and Teller wait in the lobby and have a little chat and take pictures with everyone after the show which is very good.
The show was good. I wish I had ordered the tickets sooner - maybe the seats would have been better. It would have been better to be in the orchestra section rather than the balcony.
Great, funny, interesting,and both very gracious by letting fans take pictures with then after the show.
Fab show! Didn't get chance to work out how things were done. They happened that quick. We had great seats to - Row D and luckily didn't get picked on when they came down into the audience!
How do they do it?! Excellent show. We were sitting only a few rows from the front and could not see how the magic was done. We saw seven shows in Las Vegas in total and I would rate this as the second best we saw. Arrive early for the jazz show before the main show, which is not advertised. Does the bass player look familiar?