Cirque du Soleil is in town, y’all! This time with a new show called “Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities,” which takes place in the Industrial Revolution and is playing in Grand Prairie. 🎪
Now, I have to admit… I have never been to a Cirque du Soleil show, so I was beyond excited to see Kurios during their opening week. Cirque du Soleil is much more than just a circus and it did not disappoint. I caught myself saying “woah!” and “wow!” so many times that I lost count.
Kurios’ 2-hour show is captivating, funny and full of suspense. Acrobat performers jumped, flipped, soared, jumped, and even bent in odd poses that took my breath away. There were also non-acrobatic acts that were as impressive. 🤹
The theme of the show explored creativity, curiosity, and challenged my perception of reality. What tied all the acts together was the music. A live band played swing and jazz-era music, which was amazing.
My favorite acts included the four women contortionists, the yo-yo man (who blew my mind with so many yo-yo tricks I never knew about), and the conjoined twins.
Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities runs through Sunday, March 26 at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie. Look for the blue-and-yellow big-top tents outside of the Lone Star Park, grab a pair of tickets, and enjoy the show! 🎫
Have you been to a Cirque du Soleil show? Which show has been your favorite?