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Something 'Too Hot' for China is Now Playing at Treasure Island

December 13, 2012 at 4:24 PM | by | ()

If Santa Claus is making a list and checking it twice to find out who is naughty and nice, then the new Senses show at Treasure Island is definitely on the naughty list.

Billed as "Banned in China" for its sexual content -- body painted bodies, suggestive dancing, phallic props -- the Zumanity-takes-a-field-trip-to-China production begins a limited engagement at TI Friday, December 14 through Friday, January 4. But, even though China deemed it "too hot" to play there, the show isn't as risque as Peepshow or Jubilee. And, there's no age requirement either so, apparently, the sexy stuff is ok for 13 and under. Way under.

Here's how Senses describes what they do:

The show, Senses, takes love and romance onto an entirely new artistic plateau for audience appreciation.There will be no crudeness, foul language, nor bodies with bikinis. This will not be a striptease. Senses will only shock you as a stunningly beautiful celebration of romance with sensuous music and dance with visual splendor. It will be a surprise to everyone - Billed as a “dance show that refines love”, this show promises to be both culturally unique and sexy at the same time.

Culturally unique AND sexy? That's not often found in Vegas so we're interested already. Another thing that might pique your interest? Affordable tickets, starting at $39 a piece plus taxes and service fees. VIP seating is available for $59.95 and includes a souvenir program and a meet and greet with the cast. Just remember, there's no sex in the meet and greet room.

[Photo: Senses/Facebook]

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