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(The Movie Version of "O" is far less attractive than the live show, so remember only in Las Vegas is the best view.)
Cirque Du Soleil "O"
By Christoph ShowsENT
Cirque Du Soleil has had a reputation for many years. They have come up with some of the most innovative, and colorful ways of presenting circus and stage acting since P. Barnum. Without using live animals, and creating their own creatures, Cirque Du Soleil has attained admiration of audiences all over the world.
The story "O" produced by Guy Laliberte', written and directed by the famous Franco Dragone has brought together mystique mixture of circus acts while at the same time involving the audience as part of the show. Imaginative characters work on the stage as if it's a playground complete with a swimming pool and create a sort of land, air, water, and fun filled ballet mixing and moving the story into an entertainment value that can only be described as "Magical" in a good way.
A hero so-to-speak is picked from the audience and becomes the character the audience looks for through the show as he appears, and disappears in various ways.
Marked as one of the very best shows on the Las Vegas strip, the sequences of acrobats, music, dazzling acts and colorful lighting keep audiences interested. Sailor clowns add a whole different meaning to circus clowns when they float aboard a magical bedroom, and a ship that floats over the water with trapeze artists catches attention from every part of the audience.
Fire-dancers, and Russian Swings amaze you as they work their spin of magic to the point when you wonder what they will do next, then suddenly you see another clown reading his daily news as he catches fire and pays no attention to it.
Cirque Du Soleil "O" can be one of the best shows for a decade. They say that when you come to see it, it's great, but next year if you see it again, it's already been changed so much that it's a different show the next time.
ChristophShowsENT is delighted to review and applaud Cirque Du Soleil "O"
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