The show that comes with the dinner is worth the admission price--it's a review of South American culture through the songs and stories of a number of countries on the continent. There's the inevitable "Evita" standard of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," performed by a lip-synching 20' tall (on stilts under her dress) Eva Peron. There are some "cheesy" dance numbers, but also some good music and one guy who performs a bolo-twirling act that is the highlight of the show. Also for the price you get a buffet dinner, with dozens of ethnic dishes, not many of them all that good and mainly aimed (IMHO) to fill your plate and your stomach if not satisfy your gourmet taste buds.
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