READING, Pa. - Bursts of color, high-flying acrobats, amazing choreography--just a few of the things you can expect at a Cirque du Soleil show.
More than 50 performers in bright colors will bring the stage to life. Neelanthi Vadivel, artistic director for Saltimbanco, says it's a show like no other.
"This is the one that set the bar. This really created the look for Cirque du Soleil. It's been touring for 20 years and this is a bit of a farewell tour. It is closing down this year, so this is really your last chance to see the show," explained Vadivel.
The show opens Thursday night at 7:30 and there are four shows running through Saturday night.
Tickets are still available.
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