Le Reve Review
Le Reve is definitely the production show of Las Vegas at the current moment in time. This is a fact that is primarily supported by the statistics showing their ticket sales to be consistently through the roof but it is also a fact that is primarily supported by the idea that the show itself is a classical Las Vegas production show of a kind that is not usually seen anymore in the city. Provocative, brilliant and surprising, the show has gained a lot of fans over the time it has been running.
Le Reve is located in a theatre inside the Wynn Resort of Las Vegas . Wynn is a very good resort that is located near most of the action in the city. This means that you can easily combine a showing of Le Reve with any kind of gambling, eating, drinking or dancing that you might want and still be able to walk between the two in a matter of minutes.
Le Reve has ten different performances a week. It goes at 7:30 and 9:30 in the evening on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. There are never any shows on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and depending on special circumstances there might be particular weeks where Le Reve does not run ten times a week. However, under normal circumstances it will run ten times a week on the days and times indicated above.
A large portion of the show occurs underwater and for this reason there are splashes that go into the audience. The splash zone seating at the front of the theatre is therefore the cheapest seating with ticket prices of $99.00. After the first two rows that signify the splash zone, there are a number of rows for premium seating that cost $125.00. Finally, there are also VIP seats with extra perks behind the premium seating that cost $179.00. All prices are before tax.
The basic premise of Le Reve is a show of amazing acrobatics in an environment completely different from what you might normally expect. The entire stage is an aqua stage filled with water and for that reason a large amount of Le Reve takes place underneath the water. In addition to the fantastic visuals that this offers, it also provides splash action for the audience as well as a lot of interesting performances on the part of the acrobats who have to deal with the different properties of water versus air.
In addition to water performances however, you can also expect to see some very artistic performances in the air as many of the performers during the course of the show will go with aerial acrobatics. Like all good shows it isn't so much the plotline that matters, but rather the excellent performances that the show's cast is able to pull off.
Le Reve is expensive when compared to many of the other Las Vegas shows, especially if you don't want to get wet. However, all indications are that the show is well worth the price of admission.