Cirque du Soleil, one of the world’s largest producers of live entertainment, currently has 22 shows playing across the globe. India will get its first taste of Cirque du Soleil with ‘BAZZAR’, their latest production, which will have its world premiere here, November onwards. Before you watch them live, get a sense of just how extraordinary an experience you’re in for by checking out these trailers of some of their productions.

‘Mystère’

First performed in 1993, Mystère the first resident show Cirque du Soleil launched in Las Vegas. Located at the Treasure Island Hotel, this classic Cirque du Soleil show is about the mysterious nature of life.

‘Zumanity’

Part burlesque and part cabaret, Zumanity debuted in 2003. The naughty show plays at the New York-New York Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

‘KÀ’

Stationed at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Ka premiered in 2004. This Cirque du Soleil production is a dynamic theatrical landscape where an entire empire appears on a 360-degree rotating stage. 

‘O’

Resident at The Bellagio in Las Vegas since it opened in 1998, the aquatic show takes place in and above a giant pool. The name of the show is the phonetic spelling of ‘eau’, the French word for water. 

‘KOOZA’

KOOZA (Sanskrit for treasure box) is a touring show that opened in 2007. It revolves around a character called The Innocent, who is on a journey that brings him into contact with comic characters from a world full of thrilling surprises. 

‘Alegría’

This Cirque du Soleil touring show premiered in 1994 and, after touring for 15 years, will tour again in 2019. It tells the story of a monarchy that has lost its king.

‘KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities’

An ambitious inventor defies the laws of time, space and dimension in order to reinvent everything around him. This touring show was created in 2014. 

‘TOTEM’

TOTEM follows the evolution of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. The touring show premiered in 2010.

Cirque du Soleil’s ‘BAZZAR’ will be staged in Mumbai from Thursday, November 15 onwards and in Delhi from Tuesday, December 25 onwards.