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Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream Now

Xavier Mortimer stars in Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream (photo: Tom Donoghue)

 Performing on a Bigger Stage at Bally’s Las Vegas

Las Vegas’ “Best Magic Show” Celebrates Move to Windows Showroom 


It’s no illusion – the award-winning @XavierMortimer’s Magical Dream is bigger and better on a new #LasVegasStrip stage – the Windows Showroom at @BallysVegas #VegasMagician

LAS VEGAS – Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream celebrated its move to a larger stage and showroom as well as introduced astounding new visuals at Bally’s Las Vegas’ 250-seat Windows Showroom on Wednesday, Feb. 20. Awarded “Best Magic Show” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2018 “Best of Las Vegas” poll, the spellbinding production also has a new show time: 6 p.m. from Friday through Wednesday.


“Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream reaches new heights with astounding illusions on the show’s new stage in the Windows Showroom at Bally’s Las Vegas,” said Alex Goude, international celebrity and writer and director of Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream. “It certainly feels like a magical dream come true.”

The 70-minute production depicts Mortimer’s dream world and his quest to win the affection of his love interest, Belle, played by Allie Sparks, through 14 acts of spellbinding illusions, eccentric characters, acrobatics, dancing and animations, all set to an original soundtrack composed by Mortimer and Maxime Rodriquez. With this move to Windows Showroom, Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream will introduce extraordinary new visuals as well as continue to offer multiple opportunities to invite audience participation.

Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream began its partnership with Caesars Entertainment at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s Sin City Theatre in June 2016. Mortimer began performing on the Las Vegas Strip in 2013 when he joined Cirque du Soleil’s acclaimed production, Michael Jackson ONE. He is the first performer from a Cirque du Soleil production to headline his own show on the Las Vegas Strip.

Showtimes for Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream are daily at 6 p.m., dark on Thursdays, with tickets starting at $49 for general admission and $69 for VIP, excluding tax and box office fees. Tickets are available at or by calling  702.777.2782. 


About Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream

Enchanting French performer Xavier Mortimer takes center-stage in Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream, combining elements of magic, comedy, drama and illusion. After performing in more than 30 countries and most recently starring in Cirque du Soleil’s acclaimed production, Michael Jackson One, Mortimer became the first Cirque troupe performer to launch a headlining residency on the Las Vegas Strip with the premiere of the show in 2016. The spellbinding production was written and directed by fellow French superstar, Alex Goude, and long-time legendary Vegas headliner, Michael Goudeau. Allie Sparks performs alongside Mortimer as Belle, his dream girl and love interest. Show times for Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream are at 6 p.m. from Saturday through Thursday in the Windows Showroom at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. Tickets start at $52 for general admission and $72 for VIP, excluding tax and box office fees. Guests of all ages are welcome. Tickets may be purchased at the Bally’s box office, online at or by calling  702.777.2782. Fans may follow Xavier Mortimer on Twitter and Instagram or like Xavier Mortimer on Facebook.


About Bally’s Las Vegas

Bally’s Las Vegas is located on the center of the world-renowned Las Vegas Strip, across from Caesars Palace and next to Paris Las Vegas. The 44-acre resort consists of two 26-story hotel towers including the Jubilee Tower and offers more than 2,800 guestrooms, including 244 suites. Bally’s Las Vegas features highly acclaimed restaurants including BLT Steak and Sea Thai, as well as the famous Sterling Brunch, a relaxing pool oasis, a lavish spa and casino space featuring a poker room, 1,500 slot machines and a first-class Race & Sports Book known for its stadium-style seating and abundance of high-definition television screens. Nitro Circus Theater will house the first-ever Nitro Circus stage show featuring spectacular feats and unbelievable stunts in an intimate theater setting. Bally’s Las Vegas is operated by a subsidiary of Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ: CZR). For more information, please visit or the Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas media room. Find Bally’s Las Vegas on Facebook and follow on Twitter and Instagram.

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