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Penn & Teller Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 3



5.0 star rating Branden from Seattle, Washington


Penn & Teller are known as magicians but this actually doesn't give them nearly enough credit as complete performers. They are magicians, and comedians, and jugglers, and musicians...... They put together an amazing show, incorporating the audience into the majority of their act. They divulge magical tricks/secrets in equal measure to astonishing with tricks the defy logic. All the while keeping the crowd doubled over with laughter. Even though this show was a bit cleaner and less gory than previous shows, I was surprised at the number of people who brought young kids. No spoilers but one particular trick did disturb many of the kids sitting near me. Overall, a great night and if you can, try and get a seat it the first few rows if you want to be part of the act!

2.0 star rating Doug from San Antonio, Texas


I have been a Penn and Teller fan for many years and really looked forward to the live show. However, we were very disappointed with our balcony seats as we found it very hard to hear and impossible to see the illusions. The video screens set up to help were useless as they did not show closeup shots. I do not recommend this show at this venue unless you get seats in the first few rows.

2.0 star rating Linda M from Las Vegas, Nevada


I thought Penn and Teller was amateurish. We had good seats, stage left section 1 about 6 rows back. They were on my bucket list and I was disappointed. 1) The Heads or Tails with crowd participation wasn’t funny or magical. 2) The large empty box wrapped in bubble wrap and rolls and rolls of tape, I saw the slit in the side of the box where someone could have crawled in and out. 3) The Slight of Hand trick was not magical or intriguing. One person directly in front of us fell asleep and another guy 3 rows in front of us slept thru most of the performance. We found the show was boring and repetitive because we saw some of the tricks on the Jimmy Fallon shows. We would not recommend it.


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