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type of event

Magic

price

Starting From $82.50
(Plus Tax And Fees)

performance time(s)

9:00 PM

performance day(s)

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday

contact

702-777-2782
or 855-234-7469
(Box Office)

venue

Penn & Teller Theater

This Event is Child Friendly

Penn & Teller Room and Show Package

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WHAT'S NEARBY

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Penn & Teller

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SHOW CALENDAR

ABOUT THE PENN & TELLER MAGIC SHOW

Known for their outrageous blending of comedy and magic, Penn & Teller´s Las Vegas show often skewers the traditional hat-and-rabbit tricks and vanishing acts. After becoming a smash Broadway hit and touring the country, the dynamic duo continues their Las Vegas performance, 20 years and counting.

Unlike your common “oohs” and “ahhs,” Penn & Teller debunk magic by incorporating gags in them. Edgy, provocative and hilarious, think magic tricks gone wrong. In one stunt, you’ll see them cut a showgirl in half, only for “blood” to spurt everywhere. But not to worry – it’s all part of the show. And if you've never seen a guy catch a bullet between his teeth (or someone in a straitjacket lying on a bed of spikes), you can cross that off your bucket list! This famous pair couldn’t be more opposite, yet perfect, for each other. While Penn may have the more boisterous, outgoing personality, Teller’s just as much of a riot despite the silent act.

Penn & Teller's live show on any given night can also involve knives, guns, a fire-eating showgirl and a duck. Known as the "Bad Boys of Magic," for supposedly revealing the secrets to their tricks, they may show you how it´s done, but still leave you startled.

The remarkable theater can seat 1,475 people, with balcony and mezzanine seating available. Plus, with high ceilings and massive theater space, you’ll feel like you’re watching a show in an opera house.

Penn & Teller have love for their fans, so make sure to stick around. After the show, they hold a meet-and-greet session outside the theater. The theater is located along Rio’s Convention Way, just past Starbucks and the spa.

ABOUT THE FAMED MAGICIANS PENN AND TELLER

Together since 1975, the two met in 1974. They first started as Vegas in 1993, performing at the Rio since 2001. They are currently the longest-running headliners to play in the same Las Vegas hotel.

The two are winners of an Emmy, Obie, Writer's Guild award and also have their Hollywood Walk of Fame star. Their Showtime series, "Penn & Teller: BS!" was the networks longest-running series and even nominated for 16 Emmy awards. On top of all these accolades, Penn & Teller had three successful Broadway runs. Entertainment Weekly also included them on its "50 Funniest Comedians Alive" list.

Fun facts: Penn attended Ringling Bros, Barnum & Bailey Clown College. And contrary to Teller’s silence, he actually took Latin class in high school. They've also appeared on Late Night with David Letterman more than 25 times.

EXPERT TIPS

  • Unconventional magic tricks with stunts and “blunders”
  • Penn plays with the opening band before the show
  • Catch spot-on chemistry
  • Both a magical and funny experience
  • Meet-and-greet after the show

Orders of 10 or more can contact the group sales department at (866) 574-3851 or send an email.

DARK DATES
July 27 and 28


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Reviews

"The most intelligent show in Vegas, as these two -- magicians? illusionists? truth-tellers? BS artists? geniuses? -- put on 90 minutes of, yes, magic and juggling, but also acerbic comedy, mean stunts, and quiet beauty." -Frommer’s
"Eccentric comic magicians Penn & Teller once seemed an unlikely fit for Las Vegas, but they're more popular now than when they came to town more than a decade ago. The two have spread into mainstream culture beyond the Strip, thanks to Penn (the big loud one to Teller's short mime) becoming a cable news pundit and Celebrity Apprentice contestant." -Fodor’s