Men of Sapphire
Sapphire Gentleman’s Club
This is the only choreographed male revue stage show in Las Vegas that includes lap dances. The guys all look like Gerald Butler’s co-stars from the movie “300” and they’re all nice guys as well, no jerks or divas. The club makes it easy for the ladies to get there with free limousine service and drink packages that leave plenty of cash left over for tipping lap dances. The men come on stage in floor-length leather coats, though it’s not long before they shed the coats and become every bachelorette’s wet dream. As the show progresses, each dancer assumes a different persona, including something for everyone – a cowboy, biker, fireman, police officer, even a set of twins. After the show ends the dancers move to the floor for dollar dances as long as there is money and women willing to pay them for the one-on-one performance. Performances are Friday and Saturday nights only in the expansive Showroom off the main club floor.
Thunder From Down Under
Excalibur Hotel and Casino
For years, male visitors to Vegas enjoyed production shows that featured hundreds of women so beautiful it was hard to imagine a place that could produce so many of them. Well, Sin City has evolved and there has never been a better time for female visitors to enjoy a well-developed half-naked male physique. A half-dozen well-produced male reviews have established themselves, but one stands apart from the others for their chiseled looks, mind-blowing bodies, dance routines, costumes and staging. Thunder From Down Under at the Excalibur Casino Hotel opened its Vegas engagement in July 2002. The revue has quickly become a “must-see” for any bachelorette party or group of women who think 10 sizzling hot Australian men taking their clothes off on stage makes for a fun evening. The troupe puts on their 90-minute show “World of Fantasy” twice nightly six days a week (dark Thursday) inside Merlin’s Theater.