Lord of the Dance - Dangerous Games Reviews
Amy from Boston, Massachusetts
FLATLEY STILL AMAZING
There was some racy dancing in this show for sure! Topless male dancers and girls in what looked like bras & pantyhose. My seats were super- the Wang is a great theatre. As for the show, It began slow and abruptly became effects heavy with large computer background projections on a screen behind each Act. The projections and music often upstaged the dancers amazing performances. Still, the cast kept me riveted by their dazzling footwork. The futuristic theme felt very contrived, Without the robots I would have given the show 5 stars hands down! Of course Flatley was AMAZING. One of the most talented & charismatic dancers to grace the stage in my lifetime. His presence in the live arena will be sorely missed.
Fred & Ann from Kitchener, Ontario
LORD OF THE DANCE
Absolutely loved it! Can’t stop talking about it. Best show we have seen in a long time.
Barbie Frantz from Denver, Colorado
I really liked the dancing,the replacement for Flatly did a great job. Girls were pretty.Thought the girls in their underwear was not for this kind of show. Our group didn't like the the Devil theme. Loved the video of Flatley at the end of the show.He was fantastic. The Paramount was beautiful. Liked the art work. Seats were small, not much leg room. The view was good. I thought it was a great place to go ,and will go again. Also the free parking was a plus. Everyone should see this beautiful theater,they did a great restoration on it.
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