The Dutch David Copperfield Meets The Blonde Bombshell
If you are looking for a show to see in Vegas, and you love magic, then you can take a gander at Hans Klok, the "Dutch David Copperfield". His show, "The Beauty of Magic" ,is going on at the Theatre for the Performing Arts at Planet Hollywood (formerly the Aladdin). Oh yeah,. and the kicker...its got as its feature star, Pamela Anderson!
Sex and magic have always gone together well, and this show seems to have just that right bit of balance between the beauties on stage and the amazing feats performed along side them.
Here's a snippet of the Vegas.com review:
Klok, who is famous for the speed and agility of his illusions, has brought his unique brand of magic to the Vegas stage in The Beauty of Magic at Planet Hollywood's Theatre for the Performing Arts. The show also features Playboy Playmate and actress Pamela Anderson as one of Klok's assistants.
Klok began his foray into magic when he received a box of magic tricks at the age of 10. He incorporates his life story into his show with the help of a young boy who portrays the young Klok on stage. The show is a journey through Klok's life and world travels. With the help of creative sets, images projected on large screens behind the stage and a troupe of talented backup dancers, Klok takes the audience to Paris, New York and India, performing illusions along the way.
Klok also pays tribute to some of his heroes with tricks made famous by Houdini and Harry Blackstone. While Klok does perform some sleight of hand tricks, most of his show is made up of grand illusions -- cutting people in half and making people disappear and reappear with ease. One trick involves Klok surviving a guillotine and in another, a pair of legs with no body attached appears to stroll across the stage.
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Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino
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Posted by Russell Miner at June 25, 2007 10:35 AM