Wynn Las Vegas “Le Reve” – The Dream, Decoded.


Le Reve Wynn Las Vegas trapeze

Living The Dream in Vegas!

As Wynn Las Vegas reaches a 10-year anniversary in 2015, its Le Reve – The Dream is unveiling a $3 million and 75-minute production of cutting-edge technology.

The luxury hotel’s aquatic and aerial show has been voted as Best Show in Las Vegas for four consecutive years. The new element called “Denouement” – a French word for a final part of a narrative where the plot is revealed – has been in the making for 18 months.

With 172 high-powered fountains, 120 individual LED lighting fixtures and 16 fire-shooting devices designed by WET, a water feature design firm based in Los Angeles, California, the show displays incredible water, fire and projection technologies.

Le Reve Wynn Las Vegas aerobatic

Rick Gray, General Manager of Entertainment Operations for Wynn Las Vegas, said:

Over the past 4,500 shows, we’ve continued to introduce new elements, costumes, music and scenes to Le Reve – The Dream. The ‘Denouement’ stands as one of the greatest advancements in the show’s history. We do this for our guests. As no two dreams are ever truly the same, neither is our show – and we take pride in that.

Headed and choreographed by Director of Artistic Implementation, Louanne Madorma teamed up with Dale Hurt, Director of Technical Operations, to collaborate with 60 designers, technicians, engineers, dancers and choreographers in more than 3,000 hours of creation and rehearsals.

The dance itself combines high-energy ballroom and contemporary dance and takes place in five distinct movements evident through progressions in the music and movement of water, creating a graceful and inspirational scene. Madorma worked with Danita Salamida-Eldridge, the show’s resident choreographer, and Maksim Chmerkovskiy from the hit TV show Dancing with the Stars.

Le Reve Wynn Las Vegas pool

Other technical wow-factors include: three Oarsmen, 20-feet tall, fan-like walls of water that twist, billow and wave while advanced LED technologies project moving images, 12 eight-feet-wide Fire Bells covered by umbrella-like waterfalls, and a 47-foot-tall Rain Curtain that descends from the ceiling to the stage incorporating moving images projected onto the 360-degree wall of water.

What do you think of Wynn’s Le Reve – The Dream? Let us know in the comments below.


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