The Las Vegas Strip’s predominant production company might go go public next year — possibly as early as January.
Cirque du Soleil plans to expand the “O schedule to seven days a week by 2020.
Daniel Lamarre says Cirque du Soleil is expanding beyond the gymnasts and aerial and aquatic artists but remains an acrobatic company.
“R.U.N” is the title and overarching theme of the new Cirque show opening at Luxor’s newly named R.U.N Theater on Oct. 24.
Cirque shows will no longer employ a single head of department for each show. Instead, multiple shows will be under the direction of one department head.
Gold medal figure skater and TV personality Tara Lipinski said of Cirque du Soleil, “I can’t imagine doing the things they do. I’m gasping at every moment.”