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BestOfVegas Special Offer: Save $10 Off Adult General Admission and VIP Seating!
Adult General Admission
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This show is a must-see for people traveling with kids! Gregory Popovich Comedy Pet Theater is an adorable and funny pet variety show. Dogs and cats perform tricks in a circus-style format that will entertain audience members of all ages. The show is hysterical and Gregory Popovich is nothing short of amazing. He is trained as a juggler and it is obvious, after seeing the show, that he is a master of his craft. This show is obviously something different and you are guaranteed not to find anything like it anywhere else on the Strip.
Gregory Popovich performs in the afternoons in The Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood resort and casino. He brings along with him his wife and daughter, who are also skilled performers. However, the real stars of the show are the animals; children absolutely love them! Gregory Popovich uses traditional circus techniques such as: jumping rope, standing on ladders, and hula hooping. But all of his acts have an added element of surprise because he finds a way to showcase cats and dogs in all of his acts.
Popovich has appeared on dozens of talk shows and has performed all over the world. He is originally from Russia, where he performed in the Moscow Circus. He eventually landed in Vegas, performing at Circus Circus. He is now the star of his own show and there is no better way to showcase his natural talent. What's interesting about Popovich is that all the animals in his show have been rescued from shelters and he trains all of the animals himself. The sheer amazement of watching a rescue cat trained to jump through hoops is worth the price of admission. Popovich is, of course, an animal lover at heart and he encourages his entire audience to rescue cats and dogs at the end of every performance.—BestofVegas.com
The show is dark Wednesdays.