Kà is a show by Cirque du Soleil at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Created and directed by Robert Lepage, the show and the theater cost $220 million to develop. Kà is the first Cirque du Soleil production that deviates from the company’s usual format—the production presents a more straightforward story, unlike the more abstract visuals presented by other Cirque productions.
In its review, the Los Angeles Times stated it “may well be the most lavish production in the history of Western theater. It is surely the most technologically advanced.”
The New York Times highly praised all the technical aspects and costumes, but felt that it did not succeed in a particularly compelling story, rather it was “essentially about the kind of wild physical feats that all Cirque shows are about, their jaw-dropping effect multiplied by the huge dimensions of the theatrical space.”
The show has been seen by more than one million spectators since its opening in February 2005.
Source: Wikipedia, cirquedusoleil.com
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