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New Cirque Show To Replace “Viva Elvis”

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(Las Vegas, NV)  —  So long, “Viva Elvis,” and hello “Zarkana.”  The Cirque du Soleil acrobatic show that has played in New York, Madrid and Moscow will be coming to the Las Vegas Strip this October.  “Zarkana” replaces “Viva Elvis” at City Center’s Aria resort.  Officials say the new production  “blends circus arts with the surreal,” creating a world where “physical virtuosity rubs shoulders with the bizarre.”  It will have an international cast of 75 people.  Tickets will go on sale in mid-April.

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