• Yes. I was there in 2006 and it is quite the extravaganza. Le Reve is a Cirque du Soleil-like show that is water-based and complete with acrobatics, diving and a fantastic soundtrack. The showroom is a circular theater where there are no bad seats. Prices range from $70 US to $150 US. The show revolves around surreal "dreams" and the main characters are in and out of the water numerous times with visions of the show "O" highlights. Lighting and music were equally pleasing and there was just the right combination of comedy, drama, acrobatics, high diving and visual special effects throughout the theater. Dress Code: While there is no coat or tie required, this is a show similar to what you would find in any theater district therefore, appropriate evening wear is expected. I did see everything from jeans to tuxedos but certainly no shorts, sandals, tank tops, etc. Phone: 888-320-WYNN Address: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 Directions: Inside the Wynn Resort & Country Club on the Strip across from the Fashion Show Mall & Treasure Island, north of the Venetian and south of the New Frontier, Circus Circus & Stratosphere. Website:
  • It was good but there are 2 other shows that surpass that okay thing. I've seen all the Cirque shows, O and Zumanity were the most spectacular. Hope you got to see one of the good ones.
  • I had FREE tickets and I left early it SUCKED !
  • No, but it sounds lots like some 'dream'
  • The only show I've ever seen in Vegas was Rosanne, just as she was becoming famous. Honestly I never laughed so darn hard in my life. She was a disheveled looking housewife type and was funny as heck. I laughed so hard I could not breathe at one point.

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