"O" is an awe-inspiring production. Basic elements of water, earth, fire, and air are mixed and mingled in a variety of spectacular performances of dancing, swimming, acrobatics, and clowning.
The theatre is designed in the style of a European opera house. The name of the show "O" is a homonym for the French word, "eau," which means, "Water." The central element of the set is a large pool built into the stage. The pool contains more than 1 million gallons of water. Within the pool there are several stages.
The performers are inspired artists that have the ability to create magic with their movements. The athleticism of the production keeps the audience filled with wonder.
One unfortunate aspect about "O" is the cost. The show is expensive. In my opinion, "Mystere at TI" is a better show for the money you pay. See my review of Mystere.
“O” plays at the O Theatre inside the Bellagio Hotel & Casino.
“O” performances are twice nightly, at 7:30pm and 10:30pm, Wednesday through Sunday. There are no performances on Monday or Tuesday.
Tickets for “O” are available for $150, $125, and $99.