Tomasz Rossa Le Reve’s balancings are amongst the Strip’s most astonishing feats.
Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017|2 a.m.
“Le Rêve” is commemorating 12 years this summer season, right around 5,700 shows, and while the marine phenomenon at Wynn Las Vegas has actually always been subject to little imaginative updates, its production group just put the finishing touches on a more comprehensive enhancement developed to further contemporize the choreography, music and visual effects over the last year. Outfits are all brand-new. A million-dollar upgrade to the lighting devices brings a new point of view. The music is all brand-new, with 13 fresh songs, and a new scene called “Paso,” heavy on dance on integrated swimming, has been included right after the exhilarating 80-foot dive drop.
What this ways is that now is a fun time to see “Le Rêve,” whether you’ve seen it before or not. And if you do, I recommend thinking about the pricier however distinct “Dream Seating” experience, the leading ring of this dramatic, unique theater-in-the-round. Your seat there is geared up with a screen that supplies views from underneath the surface area of the 1.1 million gallon, 26-foot-deep tank that functions as the phase, in addition to behind-the-scenes looks of what’s happening high above the swimming pool. Somehow the inner workings of this huge production– and sometimes, what might occur next– just increases the enjoyment.
There might have been a time when Vegas visitors mistook “Le Rêve” as a Cirque du Soleil program, comparing it to Bellagio’s “O” or another production due to the fact that of visual resemblances. But I have actually seen both productions now within a few weeks of each other, and aside from the component of water and the reality they’re both developed by Franco Dragone, I see no such similarities. “Le Rêve” has an extremely clear narrative owning the action as the heroine, “The Dreamer,” see-saws back and forth in between her dueling desires for love and passion, mind or body. She checks out both in a journey through a dream realm, backed by far more approachable music carried out live with lyrics sung in English. Cirque reveals enjoy the surreal and move farther into that ocean as the productions go one; “Le Rêve” goes deeper only into its own story and the breath-taking world it develops.
The program’s muscular acrobatics are amongst the Strip’s the majority of mind-blowing feats, and the continuous rise and plunge of characters from the ceiling to the water below is rhythmically hypnotic and, at times, feels quite unsafe. This is not a subtle phenomenon, and its effective, attractive choreography– the things onstage along with exactly what’s occurring in the air and the water– demands attention amid special results and athletic achievements.
“Le Rêve” is performed Friday through Tuesday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at Wynn Theater. Discover more info at wynnlasvegas.com.