We saw Terry Fator in the middle of September on a Tuesday night. It was okay. Not great. He is a pleasant enough man, and certainly a very talented ventroliquist, but his overall performance skills are so-so. He sings some songs solo, and he has a nice voice but the show kind of slows down in these parts. He does a nice call out to the people in the audience that have served, or are serving in the military, and apparently gives profits from the lobby sales to groups that support the military and their families, another nice gesture. The thing that bothered me the most is that smack in the middle of the performance he sings this song "Are there horses in heaven?" I am as sentimental as the next person, but this song is totally inappropriate in the middle of a Vegas show. Of course noone would actually admit it, even my husband had tears in his eyes - but really? A cancer song? Its basically that Christmas Shoes song, but with horses. Its kind of like taking your heart strings and yanking them right out of your body. And it just disrupted the whole flow of the act. I know that sounds heartless, but I paid a lot of money for a Vegas headliner, and he just didn't cut it. And I even applaud his efforts (I think he donates money from this song to cancer research), but let him do his thing on the internet - not in the middle of what should be a night of comedy. I would rate the whole show a B-. We were in Vegas for 5 nights, saw 5 shows and though this was the only one that we bought in advance, and the one we paid the most for, it was our least favorite.
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