Penn & Teller

Magic, Comedy, Fun.

Best Seats to see Penn & Teller

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May 24

Fri . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

May 25

Sat . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

May 26

Sun . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

May 27

Mon . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

May 28

Tue . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

May 31

Fri . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Jun 01

Sat . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Jun 02

Sun . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Jun 03

Mon . 12:00 AM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Jun 06

Thu . 11:00 PM

Penn & Teller with Mike Jones

Penn & Teller Theater at Rio Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
Penn & Teller, the dynamic duo who have turned magic on its head, have traversed a long, illusionary road to become legends in the entertainment world. Starting off in less heralded venues like Philadelphia's Theatre of Living Arts and Denver's Gothic Theatre, their unique blend of comedy and magic quickly gained traction. There was something spellbinding about watching Teller maintain stoic silence while Penn narrated, often with biting humor. Over The Years, they've performed with icons like Ricky Jay and David Copperfield, relationships that have only enriched their own art form.

Let's get down to the brass tacks—seating. As any theater veteran will tell you, a Penn & Teller show is best experienced from the "Golden Triangle," a zone extending from the middle to the front row of the theater. These are, without a doubt, the best seats. Within this space, you're close enough to potentially be a part of the act, yet far enough to appreciate the whole spectacle. However, those allergic to audience participation might find solace and ample enjoyment in balcony or mezzanine seats.

Switching gears to ticket prices. A Journey into Penn & Teller's world of magic isn't exorbitant but isn't dirt cheap either. At their typical shows, prices can range from as low as $60 for a seat in the upper tiers to $250 for those coveted "Golden Triangle" spots. Be prepared to pay for the quality and proximity of your experience.

The venues they've graced are as eclectic as their act. One might remember their time at the Tabernacle in Atlanta or The Warfield in San Francisco—venues large enough to accommodate their growing fandom but still small enough to feel intimate. It's a balancing act of space that plays well into their performance style, offering both visual grandeur and intimate audience interaction.

And how can we ignore their long-standing residency at Las Vegas's Rio Hotel and Casino? The venue provides a technologically sophisticated stage that complements their awe-inspiring illusions and allows the audience—no matter the seat—to engage in the magic deeply.

By now, you might be wondering how the duo maintains their grip on audiences after Decades in the business. Their ability to evolve is key. New acts are often woven into their performances, and they have a knack for integrating modern issues into their acts, all while preserving their classic bits that we all love. This fluidity has secured them TV specials, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and even a feature film, "Penn & Teller Get Killed."

The duo's allure also lies in their approachability. Before and after shows, it's not uncommon for them to engage with fans, turning the theater itself into an extended stage of their performance. It doesn't matter whether you're in a VIP seat or perched in the balcony; Penn & Teller make it a point to create an inclusive magical experience for everyone.

So, if you're planning on catching this incomparable pair live, remember to consider the venue, be strategic with your seating, and be prepared for a magical experience that transcends the typical. Whether you're a first-timer or a repeat viewer, their mesmerizing blend of comedy and illusion is sure to leave you spellbound.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What type of show will I see?
Penn & Teller's show is a unique blend of comedy and magic that will leave you amazed.
How long is the show?
The show typically lasts around 90 minutes.
Is there an age limit?
Yes, all attendees must be 18 or older.
What should I wear?
Dress comfortably, but please no shorts or tank tops.
Are there any discounts available?
Yes, check our website for the latest discounts and offers.

Interesting Information about Penn & Teller

  • Penn & Teller have been performing together since 1975.
  • They have won numerous awards, including a Primetime Emmy Award.
  • They have been featured in numerous TV shows, films, and books.
  • They have performed in over 30 countries.
  • Their show is always changing, so no two shows are ever the same.