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Thunder From Down Under

at Excalibur - 3850 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Showgirl Must Go OnWith a title like Thunder down Under, it is no wonder that these Australian hunks have become one of the most popular shows in Vegas. While predominantly female dancers gyrating to the tunes that evoke the most natural repsonses from the audiences, or men, this new show has brought male dancers from the land down under to perform some very provocative numbers of their own. In every instance where man takes woman into the surreal world of sex, these guy do it all. From the moment the show starts with the opening number of Proud Mary, the dancers tease the women with just a bit of chest hair and skin. These men are here to tantalize the women with as much skin as is possible on the stage and even go so far as to have a skit having women become involved in a phoney orgasm contest. As the title states, the men have something down under that will intice, intrigue and titilate the women into a boisterous frenzy that ensures the show's success.

With names like Baby Blue Eyes and Wild Child, these Aussies show off as much as they can and leaving very little to the imaginations of the women in the audience. With hoots and howls, the show goes on as the men do routines to Warrant, Quiet Riot, Grease, Top Gun and GI Blues. Taking a leisurely stroll down the aisle, one Aussie is dresses like James Dean and moves to the tune Rock On. These guys include tributes to all the men in uniform including the Village People, the armed forces and the finale of James Brown's Living in America. Using canes, chairs and clothes as various props, the men are slowly shedding clothes through the night, as the women are holding their breath for the end when the men will be standing before them in shorts. The high energy, elaborate costumes, humor and hard bodies invade the minds of the audiences' women. With loud pounding evolution, these blokes permeate the thoughts and desires of the femme fatale, while performing some great dances and athletics set to the music of rock and roll.

The show started in the Frontier Hotel with a one year contract and was an immediate success. It has since moved to the Excalibur Hotel and Casino as they realized the potential growth phenomenon. The group has been doing shows for 14 years with world wide success and rave reviews. After opening in the Frontier, 3 other venues tried the same show, but to no avail. These are the men that the ladies demanded and went to see. For 75 minutes, the show would do everything legal to give the women what they wanted, without crossing the line and it has turned the show world upside down. Each and every night, these women fantasize about the time being here and after the show, who knows; but I bet that the outside of the theater has hundreds of men lined up for their chance to satisfy what ever fantasies the women want. At the beginning of the show, the host stands in front of the audience and states that there are two things the women won't see here; their husbands or boyfriends; and this is greeted with louder yells, whistles, howls and screams than you would hear at a topless women's bar.


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This show is kid friendly.
There is NO nudity.

Show is closed Sundays and Mondays.
Show lasts 105 minutes.