Rated 4 out of 5 by Alfred0310 Ok
Too long, shorter and cheaper will be better; sound music too loud, the middle act talk is bad. Too long, shorter and cheaper will be better; sound music too loud, the middle act talk is bad.Too long, shorter and cheaper will be better; sound music too loud, the middle act talk is bad.
November 20, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Kristelly It was OK
We read a lot about this show which caught our attention. The girls danced great and were beautiful, but the show was not as described. The description included a lot of audience interaction, multiple stunts, etc. We came for my Fiance who towards half of the show was falling asleep. Not because the girls was doing a terrible job, but because it was just so repetitive and overall boring. There was not much excitement and it almost seemed as if each mini dance became the same. We would not be coming back.
November 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
by DrunkHoneymoonGirl Honeymooners
My husband and I agreed that X Burlesque was a definite when we visited Vegas for our honeymoon. The show was a lot of fun, the ladies were great performers, and the price is pretty fair. We paid for VIP seats, with a table, and it was great for setting our drinks on. Afterwards, I took a picture with a couple of the dancers and they were very sweet. I would recommend this show and do want to see it again in the future.
November 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Meister Great show, hard chairs
Seriously, the show is amazing. The ladies are beautiful, the songs varied, and the acts were great. The comedian for the intermission was solid and on his game.
HOWEVER, it's a fairly small venue, and the chairs are small and hard as a rock. Distractingly so, towards the end. You can bring drinks in, but no service inside the venue, so if you want a refill, you are out of luck.
Get there early for better seats in the middle, and DONT spring for the front row seats, otherwise watching the girls on the pole is a big pain.
November 3, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dan59 Not worth seeing
The show was not too bad, but with front row seats, you had to turn around to see part of the show, very uncomfortable. The seating was not the standard that I have grown to expect in Vegas. I would not recommend this show to anyone. They need to step up there comfort level of seating and have the show in front of you so that you do not have to turn around to see some of the show.
October 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pauly63 The show with seemingly everything
I love this show. I've seen it 6 or 7 times in about as many years, and while it has always been good it gets better each time. They change it up without ever taking a step back. When I'm in Vegas I'll take in 2 or 3 different stage shows, but this is always one of them. I wasn't quite prepared for what I saw the first time I went. I think I was half expecting marginal dance talent serving only to show off topless, leggy, sexy women. But this is a dynamic production with very creative choreography and costumes, a smart mix of good music and 6 ladies that can flat out dance! It is an up-close production that even becomes interactive with the audience. The music and themes run the gamut from old world burlesque to hard rock to funk. Midway through the show there is a break in the performance where a very funny comedian, Nancy Ryan, does about a 10 - 15 minute monologue. She always has me laughing my head off. The show picks back up where it left off, and like the first half never has a dull moment. I always have a new favorite part of this ever-changing show and this last time it was a segment called "funk'd up". The entire production is mostly high-energy, but slows down at times with some sultry, sexy numbers. Reserve one evening of your trip for this show. You might end up a serial attendee, like me.
October 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by diaz27 great show
The seats are not the best (small chairs close together) but when the show is on you don't think of it. The girls put on a great show. I went with the husband and it was a good night. The comedy mini act in between was great too.
October 17, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5
by Mommaof4 Disappointed
What a horrible experience! We purchased VIP seats and I am pretty sure we had the worst seats in the house! When we first went into the show we was seated on the front row up against the wall. My seat was actually into the curtain on the side of the stage and my chair was turned to where my back was against the wall and I had a great view of the folks on the front row. (The audience makes a 1/2 circle around the stage)
As the show started their was a preshow movie which I could hear but not see. I actually didn't even realize there was a movie until it was almost over. (curtain was down at this point) The show started and I had a great view of the backstage area. Literally. Yes I could see the preformers, but only from the side and backside. I will have to say that the comedian was very funny to listen to. Mind you I said listen to because I was unable to see her until the very end of her act when she walked onto the far edge of the side of the stage I was on. (curtains were down at this point).
I think the performers may have done a good job, I just can't say for sure. We did call the box office the following day. After they questioned us as to why we had not complained the night before or spoken to the usher (the box office was closed, the usher was outside, & we had no idea how BAD the seats were until the show started), they did offer us tickets to the same show the next day. No thank you! I had seen (or not seen) enough!
September 29, 2015