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TOTEM by Cirque du Soleil

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Journey into the Evolution of Mankind! TOTEM by Cirque du Soleil follows the human species from original amphibian state to ultimate desire to fly. The characters evolve on a stage, evoking a giant turtle, the symbol of origin for many ancient civilizations. TOTEM explores the ties that bind Man to other species, his dreams and his infinite potential.

TOTEM is the celebration of sheer human achievement and audience appreciation is simply thrilling. It’s why we love Cirque du Soleil, and always will.

Fixed Trapeze Duo: Like two lovebirds, a young man and woman tease, play and sulk in an innocent game of seduction and eventually intertwine their bodies in a light-hearted vertical dance of fresh, unusual movements and lifts.

Amerindian Dance: As the drum keeps time, a young Amerindian dancer evokes myths, legends and the everlasting circle of life.

Roller Skates: In a scene that evokes a wedding ceremony, a pair of roller skaters spins and whirls at heart-stopping speeds atop a tiny platform— just 1.8 metres in diameter—shaped like a drum.

Sparks of Life: Playful amphibians and fish burst into life, launching themselves into the air from a power track, springing from one bar to the next.

Rings Trio: Bollywood-inspired music accompanies two men as they compete against each other on the rings – until a woman arrives and shows them how it’s done.

Russian Bars: Wearing colourful costumes inspired in part by the lost civilizations of South America, Aacrobats leap from one bar to the next with astonishing agility in a thrilling evocation of the human desire to escape the earth’s gravity.

Unicycles and Bowls: Five unicyclists toss metal bowls with their feet – sometimes over their shoulders – and catch them on their heads without using their hands.