Onto the next show now and Mystere, which is the oldest cirque show on the strip having been at Treasure Island for 10 years. That's as long as Twin Peaks...what a coincidence.
Given it's age I thought it would just be a standard cirque show on a flat stage. I didn't appreciate that the stage set up was pretty complex with a series of lowering floors that could turn the stage into a pit, and some pretty impressive animatronics finishing with a huge....well you'll just have to watch it.
The acts were good but not stand out; the best being the aerial cube (think a guy doing gymnastics rings keeping a huge cube spinning around him with his feet) and an extremely painful looking hand-to-hand routine.
This show also does the comedy quite well with a large baby making frequent appearances looking for his "dada" (a random member of the audience)
Overall better than I expected but still not quite in the Ka and O league.