Penn and Teller Review
You might know people like Penn and Teller from the excellent appearances they have made on television programs over the years, but where their real fame comes from is the fantastic magic show that they have in Las Vegas . This is a magic show that will delight you in ways you never thought possible and since both Penn and Teller are accomplished professionals that know how to delight the audience, the effect is going to be that much more pronounced.
Penn and Teller's magic show takes place at The Rio. This is a resort that is located close to the strip on Las Vegas and is in a very good location for you to be able to walk to other resorts, restaurants and entertainment venues. In short, it is very easy to combine a showing of Penn and Teller with just about anything else you might want to do in the same Las Vegas evening.
The Penn and Teller show runs five times a week on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. It runs everyday at 9:00 in the evening. Penn and Teller are people that tour around the country and that means that from time to time that schedule will be broken, but under regular circumstances those are the choices you can expect to have.
One of the advantages of Penn and Teller is that the price remains fairly consistent. The general admission price of the show is $75 and if you could like a colour booklet as a souvenir included in your showing, the price goes to $85. Both prices are still general admission however and that is a good thing for people that get there early and purchase their tickets before everyone else.
One of the reasons that Penn and Teller have been so successful over the course of their career is that Penn and Teller's show is not really a traditional magic show. It is a combination of magic and comedy and for that reason is partially a humorous critique of traditional magic shows while at the same time being fantastically magic-driven in and of itself.
Another reason that Penn and Teller are so popular is that they actually show you how the magic trick is done. They use knives, guns, fire rings and just about everything else you can think of to put on a spectacular show and then once the show is over, they show you exactly how everything was done. This has earned them the ire of some of their peers, but at the same time it has also earned them the love of many of their customers.
If you want a great show that is easy to follow and funny throughout, Penn and Teller is definitely the way to go. The price of $75 is a little bit much for a general admission and for that reason many economical tourists will look elsewhere for entertainment. If you can afford it however, it is definitely a recommended Las Vegas show.