Cirque du Soleil’s New Show OVO Focuses On Environmental Awareness

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In case the crazy and mind-boggling acrobatics featured in a standard Circ du Soleil show weren’t enough for some people, they’ve now incorporated the theme of environmental awareness into their latest show OVO to draw in the “green” crowd. CIrque Du SoleilIn case the crazy and mind-boggling acrobatics featured in a standard Circ du Soleil show weren’t enough for some people, they’ve now incorporated the theme of environmental awareness into their latest show OVO to draw in the “green” crowd. Even though the show has yet to feature live animals in their 25 year stint, it hasn’t stopped the tour planners from featuring the sounds of the Brazilian rainforest and human-sized insects in their new eco-minded show. The opening night of the show on May 8 acted as a fundraiser for the ONE DROP foundation, which aims to provide clean drinking water to everyone in the world. If you get the chance to see the latest Circ du Soleil show at a stop near you, be sure to do it, even if it’s only for the environmentalist in you.

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