If you are looking for pure excitement, the stage of
Cirque du Soleil's Mystère will satisfy even the most thrill-hungry showgoer. The artists in Mystère
Treasure Island (TI)
are some of the most talented on the strip. The combination of stamina, strength, and balance of the two hand to hand brothers is gracefully remarkable. The two brawny Alexis brothers perform hand maneuvers that demonstrate unimaginable body control all the while on a rotating dome. Also, there’s the Korean plank, which is basically a seesaw that is used to propel the footmen of Mystère high above the stage. As one falls, the other is launched and performs complex somersaults or lands to complete a human pyramid. The list of highly specialized performers continues with an aerialist that flies above the crowd and bungee jumpers who swing and twirl through the air with colorfully flowing costumes that paint the top of the arena like fireworks. It is no wonder why Mystère has mystified audiences; it was the first Cirque du Soleil show in Las Vegas and still one of the most popular.
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