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Wynn's La Reve Show Reduces Performances

By Chuckmonster on Wednesday, 11th May 2005 10:50pm
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Le Reve, the aquatic show at Wynn Las Vegas, has been cut to one nightly performance less than two weeks after it premiered at the recently opened resort.

"We need to create an awareness campaign," Wynn spokeswoman Denise Randazzo said Wednesday. "We will go back to two shows as soon as we can create a demand."

Randazzo said the $2.7 billion property only recently started advertising for Le Reve: A small collection of imperfect dreams.

The acrobatic show that plays out in a pool of water was created by Franco Dragone, Cirque du Soleil's former creative director. It is housed in a 2,087-seat theater and was expected to produce significant revenues for the city's most expensive hotel-casino.

Randazzo said like most new shows, the kinks need to be worked out.

"Franco is here. ... tinkering with the show," she said.

Cirque founder Guy Laliberte questioned Dragone's originality when Le Reve was set in water like O, the show at the Bellagio hotel.

And at least one review of Le Reve was not favorable.



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