Small Tricks, Big Room
I LIKED HANS Klok, he is a very hardworking entertainer, and a great amount of money and production was put into this show. I like the new Planet Hollywood; it is a vast improvement over the Aladdin. This is a tough one for me, I hate to say anything unkind, but sometimes I wish the same people that put on the after parties would produce the shows
Hans performed the show in the old Aladdin Theatre of the Performing Arts. Of all the buildings in Las Vegas that have been blown up, how did they miss this place? Neil Diamond opened the theatre 30 years ago. The room is for concerts and seats 7,500 people. Despite having some of seats in the far back curtained off, this still is a BIG room.
Being someone with very little juice, I was seated 40 rows back, and to me everyone on stage looked like an ant.
This made it especially difficult to see the magic tricks. There were two big screens on both sides of the stage, but they were little help. Hans did a couple of card tricksI couldn’t see his hands, let alone the cards.
This was a different kind of magic showit had music and dancers. Although they were entertaining, it didn’t quite fit into a magic show. Speaking of not fitting in, what was Pamela Anderson here for? It was almost an hour into the show before she made her appearance. It’s something like taking out a girl for the first time, and wondering if the night will lead to anything. Each time a woman appeared in a trick, everyone thought it was Pamela. When she did appear, it was only for a few minutesnot very satisfying.
The after-party was great. It was on the pool deck on the sixth floor. My friends and I, Bobbie and Nelson took it all in. The party had all the hot babes, food, drink, and music you could ever want. It was like taking out a girl for the first time, and having her spend the night. Very satisfying.
Hans Klok "Beauty of Magic"
Thursday & Friday 8:00 p.m.
Saturday 7:00 p.m. & 10:00 p.m.
$35.00, $65.00 & $110.00