Lance Burton Theatre

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Lance Burton Theatre
Address3770 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109-8924
Location Monte Carlo, Las Vegas Strip, Paradise
Coordinates 36°06′14″N 115°10′30″W / 36.10389°N 115.17500°W / 36.10389; -115.17500
Latitude and Longitude:

36°06′14″N 115°10′30″W / 36.10389°N 115.17500°W / 36.10389; -115.17500
Owner MGM Resorts International
Operator MGM Resorts International
Broke ground1994 (1994)
OpenedJune 21, 1996; 24 years ago (1996-06-21)
Construction cost$108 million
Architect Scéno Plus and GSB, Inc.
Structural engineerKordt Engineering Group
Services engineerGlobal Structural Detailing
General contractor Perini Corporation
Main contractorsMorris-Shea Bridge Company

The Lance Burton Theatre is located in the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. Its 1,274 seats are arranged in three main sections: the main floor, the mezzanine, and the balcony. The theatre was specially built for Lance Burton's magic show and until 2010 hosted Lance Burton: Master Magician.

On October 22, 2001, the theater was the host site for the release of the USPS Harry Houdini stamp. [1]


In addition to Lance Burton's magic show five days a week, the theater hosts a weekly Vintage Vegas Show with Chris Phillips and Marley Taylor, and Frank Caliendo for 4 shows a week. [2]


  1. ^ Norm Clarke (2001-10-22). "COLUMN: NORM!". Las Vegas Review-Journal.
  2. ^ Mike Weatherford (2009-09-10). "'Deal' may not be good news for all". Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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