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My husband is not a fan of most shows. He joked that he would rather hire an escort to take me to the show than to go himself. I made him go. He loved it. The performers are incredible athletes. The stage/pool. Whoa! As an...More
I kept waiting for the story line or plot but they kept jumping around, the show made no sense. It is sad, because the performers worked really hard there is some good stunts. But to sit for 90mins and watch random stories going on and...More
I was so excited to go but could not afford tickets other than the nosebleed section. I am so happy I did not spend the $$$ to be on the main floor.
Maybe it had just been too hyped up and for that reason I...More
My husband and I attended the show after reading reviews and on the recommendation of my sister. It was absolutely incredible. The precision of these athletes is mind boggling. Their feats look effortless and beautiful, but the training has to be intense. I highly recommend...More
I sat in 303, row AA and couldnt see the preshow because it’s happening too far under the balcony. Also the stage lights hit the balcony, making it difficult to see the stage clearly. Avoid this section
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I didn't have obstructed view seats, but I wouldn't risk it. The show is so expensive that I would try and go on a different night when you could get unobstructed seats. Cirque shows are all about the visuals, so don't... More
I didn't have obstructed view seats, but I wouldn't risk it. The show is so expensive that I would try and go on a different night when you could get unobstructed seats. Cirque shows are all about the visuals, so don't diminish the experience with an obstructed view. Of course, you should ask the concierge because they would know best.