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Only a hour flight away from Las Vegas we visit frequently, sometimes once a month. I'll be sharing our trip reports, tips on making the most of your stay in Vegas, reviews of restaurants and shows we have seen, along with my thoughts related to our favorite place to get away from it all.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Zombie Burlesque Show at V Theater at Planet Hollywood

Zombie Burlesque at the V3 Theater is a funny variety show! Not a fan of the Zombie movies and TV shows? Neither am I, but I loved this show and never fear it's not gross or scary, it's sexy and fun.
I don't do justice to this show due to recording this on a iPhone and not being seated near the stage but I put together some small parts of some of the acts in this video. For high quality video that does justice to the show visit their website.

This show is fairly priced but if you check around on Groupon or Living Social you will likely locate discount tickets for it for around 50 percent off.
The theatre is small enough that there's really not a bad seat in my opinion.
Live music, dancing, great looking female zombies, with occasional partial nudity. If you went to see Absinthe and were offended you will want to skip this show as there is suggestive material in it and  one song that I thought was very funny is about a certain part of the male body and includes a prop. ;)
The Zombie MC of the show is hilarious, energetic and quick with his numerous costume changes. Sometimes he seems to be channeling a bit of Nathan Lane.
I failed to take a photo of him because I personally get the creeps from contortionist acts but Turf from the TV show "America's Got Talent" is one of the acts in Zombie Burlesque. If you like contortionist acts he's terrific!
There's some audience participation in the show as the gentleman in the above and below photo was from the audience.
The sexy ladies in the show are introduced with cute names such as, Marilyn Monrot, Sophia Lamorte, and Tiny Bubbles who of course isn't quite a lady or tiny.
I thought the cast had good voices and were very talented and if that's not enough toward the end of the show they give everyone in the audience shots of Jello Vodka! I don't like Jello so I didn't try one but my friend Debbie said it was good!
Below is the other audience participation act, a take off on the Newlywed game that pulls a couple from the audience.
This is our friend Gator Larry with Debbie and Brett looking on while a sexy Zombie tries to eat Gator's brain. It was so pickled with beer at that point I don't think she was successful, or was she? ;)
After the show the cast is outside of the theatre for a photo meet and greet. Below I'm with Tiny Bubbles.
I really had a good time at this show so much that I would see it again sometime.

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