The appeal of Las Vegas adult shows is not only the beautiful girls, but also the anticipation of seeing an exciting show with impressive dance/athletic numbers and high production value. Though the girls of Fantasy were nice to look at, there was nothing else impressive about the show. In fact, it was painfully dull.
The dance numbers all appeared the same. It was always the group of girls dancing together, repeating the same dance moves, and doing them completely out of sync which appeared sloppy and lazy. Cheap looking costumes, cheap looking sets, everything just seemed cheap. Additionally, the host, who was a singer filling in for the main host/singer, had a less than stellar voice and sometimes the entertainment was to sit and listen to her sing an entire song.
Halfway through the show, there was a performance by a comedian and even though there were some funny moments, his routine was nothing more than crude humor. If you like being pulled on stage and humiliated, be sure to sit in the first 4 or 5 rows. Several people were chosen to do embarrassing things. For example, a woman had to get physical with the male comedian and random guys were forced to sing.
The audience was the trashiest I’ve ever encountered. The adult shows we’ve been to like Peepshow and Crazy Horse were attended by couples who were respectful and well-mannered during the show. At Fantasy, the crowd consisted of college-aged guys wearing caps, t-shirts, shorts, and sandals who whistled, made cat calls, and shouted inappropriate things throughout the show. It was like sitting in a sleazy, low class strip club.
After the show, the dancers were waiting by the exit doors so you could take pictures with them. As the crowd was exiting the theater and nearing the dancers, all the young guys suddenly stampeded in that direction totally oblivious to the fact that they nearly knocked several people down.
This show was not sexy, was of poor quality, and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. Spend a little more money to see a quality adult show with talented performers and an audience that has some class.