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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Cirque du Soleil: Circus of Wonders...Very Kurios

One of the best things about being in this realm is the fact that humans can really make some wonders or in this case curiosities.  Cirque du Soleil: Kurios - the Cabinet of Curiosities is just that, an experience filled with wonder.  There are few instances in this world where you can watch something and be totally in awe of it.  When its over all of your troubles just melt away.  That is what this circus can do.  This unique experience surrounds you in upbeat and unconventional music with bright and colorful characters preforming a series of acrobatics, dance and acting.  Then there is the stage, where some fantastical objects move around and show you a world that dreams are made of. 



In this particular show, a quirky but determined professor invents a cabinet that defies all the realities of this plane.  The best part is, you get to see it unfold in front of you.  You have an invisible circus, mermen flying on an acronet and a world that is upside down but this is just the beginning.  I don't want to give too much away and spoil the magic but this show is worth seeing no matter who you are.  A word of warning though is that this show is expensive.  You will have to loosen those purse strings but again you get what you pay for with this spectacular show.

Its alot like the Cirque Des Etoiles that we have in our world that the Star Clan puts on for us.  The difference is that it is preformed by humans and humans only.  That's right, all of you in the Nether Realm will be happy to know that there are no mistreated animals in these shows.  And the humans are treated very well here.  They work very hard at it though and it shows because all of these performers are very impressive.  This show is one of those things that show you what the human race is capable of.  Skill, imagination, and making the impossible possible.  This is a very admirable trait for anyone from any realm.    



I still want to see one that has fairies in it though.