Penn & Teller Las Vegas NV Tickets
Known for their peculiar fusion of comedy and magic, Penn & Teller Las Vegas NV tickets will treat you to a hilarious and somewhat provocative show. It’s been 44 years since the duo Penn Jillette and Teller started performing live and their Las Vegas stint has entered its 26th year. Scheduled to run till December 2019, the Theater at Rio Las Vegas is often filled to its capacity of 1,475, as people enjoy extensive illusions and non-verbal techniques. From mime to unconventional magic tricks to side-splitting stunts, Penn & Teller keep the audience rolling in laughter. Critics have called their Sin City extravaganza as the “the single best show in Vegas,” and it is one that shouldn’t be missed out on.
The Greatest Performing Duo in Showbiz
Fate brought together Penn & Teller in 1975 through Wier Chrisimer and initially they worked as a trio. Till 1981 they worked as part of the Asparagus Valley Cultural Society, luring in fans with their outrageous music and eclectic blend of comedy and magic. A year later Chrisimer parted ways and since then Penn & Teller have been enjoying a glittering career in the entertainment industry.
Impressive performances led to Off-Broadway, which paved the way for Showtime series “Penn & Teller: BS!.” The longest running show on the network, it earned them 16 Emmy Award nominations, along with a Writer’s Guild Award. Named on Entertainment Weekly’s “50 Funniest Comedians Alive” list, the duo has sold out its UK tours and enjoyed three impressive runs on Broadway.
“Penn & Teller” made their Las Vegas debut in 1993 and have set up residency at the Theater at Rio Las Vegas since 2001. The fact that they continue to sell Penn & Teller Las Vegas NV tickets is an indication that the fans haven’t had enough of them and always look forward to their acts. Double bullet catch trick remains an all-time favorite along with the illusion of elephants as they make them disappear into thin air. Time and again they include new tricks and stunts into the show which is why people keep returning to the arenas. If you haven’t had the chance to catch them live, then book your spots in Vegas.