Fantasy at Luxor combines eight gorgeous showgirls and one talented lead singer with a side of comic relief to provide 90 minutes of sexy adult entertainment. Chosen as Sin City’s “Best Showgirls” in the Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” poll in 2012, the Fantasy girls have been taking it off nightly for more than a decade.
The topless review features 15 acts choreographed as solo and group dances to today’s most popular music genres. Each performance represents a different erotic fantasy as the girls take turns role playing as rocker chicks, naughty teachers, Latin dancers, cowgirls and more. An exotic aerial act using silk cloth keeps things interesting.
The provocative yet tasteful performances offer everything you would see in almost any strip club in town but in a production style format in a showroom with theater style seating. The shows appeals to women as well as men. The couples-friendly atmosphere offers the opportunity for both sexes to enjoy adult entertainment without the aggressive lap dance sales pitches you have to endure in the strip clubs.
The energetic dance numbers show off the performers’ assets and talents. Unlike some of the other shows in town featuring topless dancers, this one does not require its performers to fit a particular physical mold. They appeal to a wide range of audience members because they represent all hair colors, body types, ages and sizes and each has her own personal style.
Jamie Lynch serves as the hostess and lead singer for the show belting out the hits onstage as the dancers do their thing. Sean E. Cooper keeps the action going between acts with hilarious improv impersonations of popular celebrities.
Singer Jamie Lynch gives the dancers a run for their money in the sex appeal department but she pretty much sticks to the vocals. Before landing the role in Fantasy, she performed in other shows on the Las Vegas Strip, including the Sirens of TI, Vegas! The Show and Peepshow. She made it to the finals in the first season of The X Factor USA and has other TV credits that include appearances on Celebrity Eye Candy, Keeping up with the Kardashians and Passports to Great Weekends.
Fantasy keeps it fresh with new numbers worked into the rotation from time to time. Two of the routines have proven to be so popular with the audience that they have endured since the beginning. The first is the cowgirl number choreographed to Big & Rich’s hit “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy). The other features three women, a bed and some pillows in a slumber party fantasy number that never fails to get an audience reaction.
Couples who want to enjoy a special evening out can enjoy the Luxor’s dinner and show ticket package. The property’s Rice & Company restaurant has put together a special three-course meal consisting of Flirty Beginnings followed by Seductive Temptations and topped off with an Exotic Encore.
The Atrium Showroom has seating for 350 and there are only 13 rows, so every seat in the house offers unobstructed views of the stage. The venue is intimate enough that it allows the performers to connect with the audience. The show delivers a high production value for its size but without a cast of dozens it offers a great value with tickets just a fraction of the price of some of the other more elaborate Strip shows. Guests are invited to stick around after the show to meet the cast and take souvenir photos.
Check out Fantasy at Luxor for a contemporary topless revue that brings the Las Vegas showgirl fantasy into the 21st century.