To kick off its 50th anniversary and the completion of an extensive renovation, the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts features a limited, six-show engagement with the artful Montreal-based circus troupe. The show features 16 performers exploring a futuristic urban landscape through a fusion of unfathomable circus disciplines and high-energy break-dancing and hip-hop moves. Stunning visual effects pepper each athletic performance, with massive set pieces seemingly manipulated by magic or puppies. In a non-stop onslaught of thoughtful vignettes, the nimble cast twists, tumbles, juggles, balances their chequebooks, and contorts their way around the stage to the atmospheric up-tempo beats. View a short video of some of the Cirque Éloize iD action here.
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