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Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream to Mesmerize Audiences at Bally’s Las Vegas

Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream to Mesmerize Audiences at Bally's Las Vegas
Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream will expand to a larger stage and showroom as well as introduce astounding new visuals with its move to Bally’s Las Vegas’ 250-seat Windows Showroom on Saturday, Jan. 19 (Pictured: Xavier Mortimer and Allie Sparks perform the Ironing Act – Photo credit: Sebastian Konopix)

Awarded “Best Magic Show” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2018 “Best of Las Vegas” poll, the spellbinding production will have a new show time: 6 p.m. from Thursday through Saturday.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Caesars Entertainment by bringing the show to a new and larger stage to showcase Xavier’s astounding illusions,” said Alex Goude, international celebrity and writer and director of Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream. “It certainly feels like a magical dream come true.”

Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream will continue its partnership with Caesars Entertainment that began with the premiere of the show at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s Sin City Theatre in 2016. Mortimer began performing on the Las Vegas Strip in 2013 when he joined Cirque du Soleil’s acclaimed production, Michael Jackson ONE. He is the first performer from a Cirque du Soleil production to headline his own show on the Las Vegas Strip.

“The longer-term vision for this venue at Bally’s Las Vegas is a dedicated space for a wide variety of magic-inspired shows, including talented magicians who currently perform with us like Xavier Mortimer and Frederic Da Silva.  Specific planning and development are still ongoing with other changes yet to be determined,” said Damian Costa, Vice President of Entertainment Operations at Caesars Entertainment.

The 70-minute production depicts Mortimer’s dream world and his quest to win the affection of his love interest, Belle, played by Allie Sparks, through 14 acts of spellbinding illusions, eccentric characters, dancing and animations, all set to an original soundtrack composed by Mortimer and Maxime Rodriquez. With this move to Windows Showroom, Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream will introduce extraordinary new visuals as well as continue to offer multiple opportunities to invite audience participation.

Show times for Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream are at 6 p.m. from Saturday through Thursday, with tickets starting at $49 for general admission and $69 for VIP, excluding tax and box office fees. Tickets are available at http://xaviermortimer.com/blog/ or by calling  702.777.2782.