For the first time since the pandemic, Cirque du Soleil is returning to the region and is bringing its colorful and energetic new show to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks, writes Earl Hopkins for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
“South America is very colorful and vibrant, but Americans are also colorful and vibrant,” said artistic director Johnny Kim. “That vibe is the same [in the U.S.], especially since audience members here are similar spectators of sports. They love seeing human feats that seem impossible.”
The show is truly a unique and stunning event that travels with seventy trucks and 1,000 tons of equipment. Montgomery County is the seventeenth stop on its current international tour.
“We’re all really excited after being off for a month and a half, to come back,” said high-flyer Sam Nash. “The adrenaline is just firing off.”
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