Cirque du Soleil Totem Portland Tickets
Cirque du Soleil Totem Portland show is now being hosted at the city’s Expo Center for a limited run from March to May this year. Cirque du Soleil’s last performance at the Center was in 2012, when it hosted OVO, before thousands of fans captivated by its colorful, thrilling acts. The upcoming Totem performance will be the first time it comes to the Expo Center and is expected to have sell-out runs throughout. The show premiered in 2010, and has since toured across Canada, U.S. and Europe, including shows at the London’s Royal Albert Hall. Its musical components have been selected by Marc Lessard and Guy Dubuc, and feature rhythms and instruments from around the world, creating a collage of different cultural sounds. Cirque du Soleil Totem Portland tickets are simply not to be missed.
Cirque du Soleil is returning to Portland’s Expo Center with Totem, themed after humanity’s evolution from primordial state towards aspiration to fly. The show takes inspirations from several founding myths about humanity and only recently won a Drama Desk Award in the category of Unique Theatrical Experience. The fascinating Cirque du Soleil Totem Portland show is a performance not to be missed so make sure to grab Cirque du Soleil Totem Portland tickets before they are sold-out.
Totem debuted in 2010 in Montreal, where it was directed and written by Robert Lepage. This show stood out from Cirque du Soleil’s earlier productions since unlike them, it was designed for arenas from the outset. The performance started touring in Canada (Quebec and Montreal), after which it headed straight to Amsterdam. It features fifty-two performing artists coming together from nineteen countries. The many acts include The Tracker, The Crystal Man, Clown, The Amerindian dancer, The Scientist, and Apes. Each of these acts features mind-blowing amalgamations along with fascinatings techniques and jaw dropping performing arts skills. These include The Scientist’s incredible juggling act with ninety-six red, blue and green balls with LED lights inside that change colors during performance.
Cirque du Soleil last hosted OVO for seven weeks in 2012 at Portland’s Expo Center, drawing thousands of cirque fans under its trademark yellow and blue grand chapiteau. The performance had such great reception that the Center soon began talks with Cirque du Soleil to host additional shows. This year, Totem will be performed for a limited engagement till the following May.