How was your experience?
I had a really great time at this show. I already love Penn & Teller, especially their "Bullshit" show and they certainly didn't let me down. In true Penn & Teller style, Penn kept the show going with his natural ability to keep the audience attention & freely speak his mind alongside Teller, who performed his usual silent partner act and some great magic tricks. Their magic is fun & inventive, a couple of them had me sitting on the edge of my seat... It was fun to watch them debunk some more commong magic tricks and then still being able to confuse us with their own, inventive tricks. After the show, Penn & Teller stood in the lobby & allowed everyone to take photos with them & they were also signing autographs. I thought this was VERY cool, not a lot of artists take time to do this.... (oo...and Teller talked ;)) So I advise you bring a camera and somethign that they can sign (a photo or we just used our ticket stubs...) Attire was anything from casual to nice, there were people in jeans & t-shirts & people in nice dresses & suits.... so I guess anything goes... :) A couple of tips: Seating tips: Originally we had bought tickets a bit further back, but when we entered the venue, we were told that the usher could possibly upgrade our seats... So I highly recommend walking up to the usher with a $20 and see if he can find you better seats :) Food tips: We ate at the All American Grill & Bar at the Rio before the show and the food was amazing! I highly recommend getting to the hotel a couple of hours ahead of time so you can squeeze in one of their babyback ribs and I can truly say that we got value for our buck ... I can't wait to go back for more.