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5 Reasons To See ‘Wow’ Now!

Category Vegas Showstoppers

|by David Sheward |

Dive in to a wild world of water

Wow, the international sensation at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, has been seen by over 2.5 million people, most recently in Israel. More than 30 artists fly, twist, dance and thrill in a family-friendly fantasy, directed by Hanoch Rosen, whose extravagant credits include Festigal, which featured Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot in her stage acting debut. Here are five reasons to see this spectacular show.

'Wow' at the Rio (Photo: Denise Truscello/WireImage)

'Wow' at the Rio (Photo: Denise Truscello/WireImage)

Variety is the spice of the show
The diverse bill includes a dance number with pirates, synchronized swimmers, jugglers, a Chinese pole duo, five dancers performing to a Titanic theme, a contortionist in a giant water bowl and, appropriately, a dancing tribute to the Hollywood classic Singinin the Rain, featuring a chorus line of Gene Kellys tapping and cavorting in the H2O. The cast includes artists from the U.S., Canada, Italy, the Netherlands, Ukraine, France, the U.K. and more.

America’s Got Talent finalist is in the cast
The international company of performers includes Sylvia Sylvia, a finalist from America’s Got Talent, who will perform her heart-stopping archery act shooting an apple off her own head.

The stage is a swimming pool
The Rio Showroom has been transformed into a world of wonder with a custom-built stage and onstage pool providing up-close and personal audience interaction.

Stunning visuals
3-D multi-media projections, holograms and water walls create a feast for the eye in a 180-degree totally enveloping environment.

Dazzling costumes
Mermaids, aquatic creatures, brides, grooms and roller skaters are all decked out in designs that will take your breath away.

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