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Expect the unexpected from the variety acts performed in Vegas Nocturne at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
The dress code is casual elegant. For men, a collared shirt is preferred. Also, no athletic wear, tennis shoes, flip-flops, shorts, T-shirts, hats, baggy jeans or jeans with holes.
Vegas Nocturne at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is a variety show performed in three cantos, or acts. Guided by several hosts, Vegas Nocturne features comedic, magical, musical and physical acts that combine a balance of choreographed and unscripted dramatics ingrained with live, unconventional music.
At Rose. Rabbit. Lie., show attendees are not confined to the performance room; instead, exploration is encouraged before and after the show. Show attendees should plan on making a night of it. Specialty cocktails are offered, as is a full menu early in the evening. After hours, the menu is pared down, but still includes many tasty bites. If you're dining after midnight, don't be surprised if one of the entertainers stops by your table to perform a trick or crack a joke.
On the first night of my attendance, I tried a gin-based drink called a Monkey Gland before the show, a Survivor during the show and a Down the Rabbit Hole much later into the evening. All were expertly crafted and served in glasses that made me feel I had stepped back several decades.
During the 10 p.m. showing, several acts performed, including a high-energy tap dancing routine by identical twins Sean and John Scott of "America's Got Talent" fame; a hilarious comedy routine by Piff the Magic Dragon and Mr. Piffles, "The World's First Magic Performing Chihuahua;" and a sexy magic striptease act by cult cabaret diva Ursula Martinez.
The atmosphere at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is classic, hip and light-hearted. Dressing your best is encouraged.
Vegas Nocturne was created by Spiegelworld, a traveling circus that melds cabaret, vaudeville and burlesque for modern audiences. The show is not confined to a stage, rather it is woven into the guests' experience.
That includes the waitstaff, there in part to deliver the unique cocktails, but also there to entertain the audience.
Note: Some of the performances include nudity and other explicit and provocative content that might not be suitable for all audiences.
-- By Nicole Lucht
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