'Duck Dynasty' musical flies into Vegas
LAS VEGAS - The 'Duck Dynasty' musical premiered this week.
Reviews suggest the show is a satirical look at how pop culture has allowed such an event. The city's Review-Journal wrote: "The show is as much about self-awareness and the speed at which pop culture eats itself as it is about the Robertsons."
The production features all the regular Robertson characters and much of the family even attended Wednesday's premiere at the Rio.
The show features songs with titles like "Camouflage" and "Faith Food And Family." You can listen to some of the tracks HERE, the Rio's website.
The cheapest tickets were just more than $50. The most expensive tickets were set around $150.
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