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March 7, 2008
Los Angeles, California
January 24, 2003
What a wacky show! The comic relief was hysterical; be prepared! It involves some audience participation (or should I say specific audience members?). It's the audience participation that makes the show that much more delightful and appealing to all. I say this because I wasn't one of the audience members involved, and thank goodness! It's much better to enjoy the show than be a part of it! Still, fun was had by all. The acrobatics were amazing, to say the least. High up in the air, deep down below, the technical difficulty of some of the stunts was just amazing.
The arena was large enough to seat a good-size crowd, but small enough to give that intimate feeling. The costumes were wacky and weird, but then again, so was the show. I don't do drugs or anything, but I bet this show would be extraordinarily phenomenal if I were high on pot--it's that convoluted at times--but worth the price of admission. Fun can be had by all ages of your family.
From journal Winter in Las Vegas
Little Rock,, Arkansas
March 31, 2002
For those who appreciate boundaries, there are none. It does not connect, it simply bounds from one act to another, and several go on simultaneously at the same time. My girls LOVED it. I prefer Les Mis. Everyone should see one of these at least once.
From journal Searching for Lost Vegas
by Katie Morgan
San Antonio, Texas
July 8, 2000
From journal Las Vegas, Nevada
February 28, 2005
We greatly enjoyed Mystere, particularly the changes that were possible with the moving stage. We had seen La Nouba in Orlando a few months earlier. Out of the two shows, I prefered La Nouba, as it is much more athletic, whereas Mystere seems to place emphasis on artistry over athleticism. From the front row, it was clear that this is an older show, as some of the costumes and props were quite dirty and worn. The entertainment value was not inhibited by this, though. The show runs about 1.5 hours nonstop. The standard tumbling and trapeze acts were part of the show but were much more innovative and daring than an average circus. The show had two very funny characters interlaced in and out of the plot as well. Be careful if you sit in the front row! You may be participating more than you'd like!
From journal Long Weekend in Vegas, Baby!
by LA guy
September 10, 2005
From journal Las Vegas Excitement
June 7, 2005
From journal Four Days In Vegas
by E. B.
December 27, 2004
Cirque du Soleil is known for their acrobatics, and I was surprised to see one of the trapeze artists fall. Since this is a rare event, it was sort of cool to see a mishap like this, although I would have preferred to see the completed stunt. I really enjoyed the music, so after the show finished in a quick 100 minutes, we went back to the gift shop, which was mobbed with people, to buy a CD as a souvenir. I can't wait until the next Cirque show, either Zumanity or Ka.
From journal My Mystère Trip with the Girls
Cary, North Carolina
September 10, 2003
From journal Vegas Baby! (Again)
March 7, 2003
From journal Thanksgiving in Vegas