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Caesars Atlantis Show Gets an Overhaul
Caesars Atlantis Show Gets an Overhaul

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AIR DATE: January 6, 2014

Remnants of the family-friendly Vegas boom of the 1990s are mostly gone from the Strip. Just ask the actors performing in the Pirate Show at Treasure Island that was cancelled recently. But at Caesars Palace, a bit of that family-friendly past is not only still alive and well, but it just received a makeover. The Forum Shops at Caesars has relaunched "The Atlantis Show" after a four-month long refurbishment. Featuring animatronic robots resembling Greek Gods, the show might not be biggest spectacle on the Strip, but it's certainly one of the weirdest.

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Jon Harms, Director of Entertainment Features for the Forum Shops

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