Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil can be a great option when looking for shows in Las Vegas. There are currently five permanent Cirque du Soleil productions on the Las Vegas Strip, and a sixth one on the way. These shows are great for children and adults because they are not specific in any way. If you like circus-acts, then you will love Cirque du Soleil. Cirque du Soleil has completely reinvented the circus by bringing in live music and amazing feats of athletic ability. Performers from all over the world train their whole lives to perform in Cirque du Soleil. Most shows include aerialist, acrobats, jugglers, clowns and clowns. However, unlike most circus performances, all Cirque du Soleil shows have a theme and a lot of antics thrown into the mix.

The oldest and still one of the favorite Cirque du Soleil productions is Mystere. Mystere is the best Cirque du Soleil show for kids because it focuses on a traditional circus theme. Performed in a theater designed to look like a tent, performers enter the stage from all around the theater and much of the action takes place is the aisles, as well as on the stage. Bright colors and mythical creatures are fun, delightful, and not all intimidating or scary for the children.

If you love the music of the Beatles, LOVE is the show for you. LOVE will take you on a journey through a psychedelic land with characters that look like they are from the 1960’s. You will also experience roller bladders performing amazing tricks as well as aerialists flying through the air. The entire show is set the music of the Beatles.

O is often considered the favorite Cirque du Soleil performance simply because almost the entire show takes place on water. Performers rise and fall from the massive lake that is built into the center of the theater. This fantastical production focuses on a surrealist theme that is almost impossible to describe.

One of the most unique Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas is KA. KA is very plot oriented, so those that don’t typically enjoy circus acts will love KA. The show tells the story of two twins on an epic journey. KA focuses mostly on Kabuki style-theater that was very popular centuries ago in Japan.

The most risqué show Cirque du Soleil has ever done is Zumanity. The show is done in cabaret style but still infuses many of the athletic feats that audiences have come to expect from Cirque du Soleil. Be advised that the show contains partial nudity and audience members must be 18 or over to attend.