KÀ - Poster

Year: 2019
Genre: Entertainment

THE QUEST OF SEPARATED TWINS WHO MUST EMBARK ON A PERILOUS JOURNEY TO FULFILL THEIR DESTINIES.


KÀ, the unprecedented theatrical show from Cirque du Soleil combines acrobatic performances, martial arts, puppetry, multimedia and pyrotechnics to illustrate the nature of duality. It’s the epic story of a pair of separated twins who must embark on a perilous journey to fulfil their destinies. The subtext is the ambivalent power of fire to create and destroy. KÀ applies the visual vocabulary of cinema to a dazzling live event that is more about storytelling than any previous Cirque du Soleil production. Includes a one-on-one interview with creator/ director Robert Lepage.  


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