Ijogi
 
 
 
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    April 26, 2013
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Ijogi's Reviews
 
"KÀ" by Cirque du Soleil is a saga that follows the adventures of a brother and sister twin duo that becomes separated during a siege of their Far Eastern palace by evil warriors.Except for an opening comment by an announcer setting up the story, there is no dialogue in the 90-minute production, rather the story is told through expressive and extensive choreography enacted by the production's 80-member cast.No expense was spared when $165 million was insightfully poured into creating the spectacular theater and tremendous show. And while the entire 1,950-seat theater is encompassed in aspects of the brilliantly detailed and highly technological set, it is the performers who truly bring the multi-faceted performance space to life. Don't believe us? Sit in the first several rows and be prepared for performers to fly over your seats! Or, if you sit farther back, you will feel the rhythm of the overhead drums as they are played during some of the show's acts.Rather than a conventional stage, "KÀ" is performed on two massive, mobile platforms in addition to five other smaller lifts and platforms all of which appear to be floating through a bottomless space. Through the use of digital projections, the different scenes transform the multi-way platforms into a mountain, a beach, a palace or a battleground as well as host yet another large prop -- the wheel of death. There are many memorable technological moments in the production: an underwater scene, a glider flight over the audience and spectacular fireworks, among many other exciting acts.And while the floating stages provide a magnificent space, the spectacle becomes even more brilliant when adorned with the acrobatic expertise of the show's cast. And while every Cirque show is defined by the incredible feats achieved by the production's myriad of performers, the cast of "KÀ" performs some of the most spectacular stunts of all the Cirque productions.But while the show enthralls the audience with daring stunts, magical musical and lighting collaborations, and technological marvels, some of its greatest moments are the quiet ones, such as when the audience observes the shadow puppets created by human hands and campfire light or the passionate romance between the imperial prince and the daughter of one his captors.By embracing all aspects of the production's vivid storyline through the use of a dedicated cast as well as with dramatic and extremely advanced technology, not only does "KÀ" find a way to resonate in some way with each member of the audience, but the show also achieves the epitome a masterful production.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer service 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
5 / 5
View of Stage 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Theater Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Special Effects 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Sound Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
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fromToledo, Ohio
Age:25 to 34
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
Gambler:Yes
Game:Blackjack
Yes, I recommend this product.
My number one Vegas show!
PostedApril 26, 2013
I have seen a few Cirque shows. This is by far my favorite. Everything about it is amazing. The costumes, the music, the action. Its like watching a live action martial arts movie. The stage itself is like its own character and it is always changing and moving. I feel any place in the theater is a great seat. I even recommend not sitting too close to the stage so you get the full effect. This is my second time seeing this and i would still go again. Great Show!
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 Peepshow
Peepshow
Experience Peepshow during its final weeks! The show will close Sept. 1.Nursery rhymes get a naughty twist in this sultry spectacular. Developed by Tony award-winning director/choreographer Jerry Mitchell ("Legally Blonde," "Hairspray") and BASE Entertainment, Peepshow demonstrates the art of tease mixed with humor, a high-energy contemporary soundtrack and all of the glamorous production elements found only in Vegas.Coco Austin, star of the hit E! Entertainment reality show "Ice Loves Coco," will play the role of Bo Peep now through Sept. 1, 2013 (with some Coco-cations). As a reality star, glamour/fitness model, actress, dancer and entrepreneur, Coco is known for teaching women how to be fit, sexy and self confident making her turn in the role of “Bo Peep” a perfect match.Coco's character, Bo Peep, starts the show as a lonely but beautiful girl who dreams of finding love. With the help of Peep Diva, the show's storyteller and star singer, Bo learns to let loose and show off her sexy side. Soon enough, she finds the perfect man — and it's not who you'll expect!A cast of talented and tantalizing fairy tale characters take Bo Peep through the paces of building self esteem and mastering seduction. A stellar solo pole dance number in which a beautiful dancer performs feats of strength and grace is among the highlights.Each scene in Peepshow is themed with a different nursery rhyme and a popular song like Aerosmith's "Pink," Cristina Aguilara's "Aint No Other Man" and Ginuwine's "Pony." The catchy lyrics tell a narrative while the dancers perform both covered and topless routines.When Peep Diva and Bo Peep meet a character named Wicked Wendy the dancers perform a racy routine choreographed to Kelis' "Milk Shake." Through the song Wicked Wendy shows other women how they too can be ultra sexy. The act ends with a big splash when Wicked Wendy and two other dancers climb into a giant wagon with a see-through tub of milk on top of it and tease the audience by giving them a peek of how milk has done their body good.Next, a bathtub appears on stage along with Bo Peep. Women go wild as a male performer with dark hair and rippling muscles emerges from the tub dripping with water. He performs an aerialist routine from a rope hanging above the stage while casually flirting with Bo Peep and enticing her to join him for a bath.The crowd is teased the whole night through as Bo learns the ropes from the other dancers but declines to take off her own top and try out their moves. But Bo's final transformation is anything but disappointing!
 
Overall rating 
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Customer service 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
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View of Stage 
5 / 5
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Theater Quality 
5 / 5
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Special Effects 
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5 / 5
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fromToledo, Ohio
Age:25 to 34
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
Gambler:Yes
Game:Blackjack
Yes, I recommend this product.
One of my favorite Vegas shows!
PostedApril 26, 2013
The show was awesome! The singing and the dancing was great. The ladies were beautiful and diverse. Coco was awesome funny and very beautiful. There was even a couple of hot guys for the ladies. There was comedy, romance, and titillation for all. I enjoyed this show very much and I would see it again. This is one of the MUST SEE SHOWS of Vegas.
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"KÀ" by Cirque du Soleil is a saga that follows the adventures of a brother and sister twin duo that becomes separated during a siege of their Far Eastern palace by evil warriors.Except for an opening comment by an announcer setting up the story, there is no dialogue in the 90-minute production, rather the story is told through expressive and extensive choreography enacted by the production's 80-member cast.No expense was spared when $165 million was insightfully poured into creating the spectacular theater and tremendous show. And while the entire 1,950-seat theater is encompassed in aspects of the brilliantly detailed and highly technological set, it is the performers who truly bring the multi-faceted performance space to life. Don't believe us? Sit in the first several rows and be prepared for performers to fly over your seats! Or, if you sit farther back, you will feel the rhythm of the overhead drums as they are played during some of the show's acts.Rather than a conventional stage, "KÀ" is performed on two massive, mobile platforms in addition to five other smaller lifts and platforms all of which appear to be floating through a bottomless space. Through the use of digital projections, the different scenes transform the multi-way platforms into a mountain, a beach, a palace or a battleground as well as host yet another large prop -- the wheel of death. There are many memorable technological moments in the production: an underwater scene, a glider flight over the audience and spectacular fireworks, among many other exciting acts.And while the floating stages provide a magnificent space, the spectacle becomes even more brilliant when adorned with the acrobatic expertise of the show's cast. And while every Cirque show is defined by the incredible feats achieved by the production's myriad of performers, the cast of "KÀ" performs some of the most spectacular stunts of all the Cirque productions.But while the show enthralls the audience with daring stunts, magical musical and lighting collaborations, and technological marvels, some of its greatest moments are the quiet ones, such as when the audience observes the shadow puppets created by human hands and campfire light or the passionate romance between the imperial prince and the daughter of one his captors.By embracing all aspects of the production's vivid storyline through the use of a dedicated cast as well as with dramatic and extremely advanced technology, not only does "KÀ" find a way to resonate in some way with each member of the audience, but the show also achieves the epitome a masterful production.
 

My child is 2.5 years old can he attend the show?

No I believe kids have to be 5 and older
1 year, 7 months ago
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