Cirque du Soleil O is the first ever aquatic show. The O is pronounced in a similar way as the eau(which means water in French). The Cirque du Soleil is a show and is featuring on a permanent basis at the Bellagio in Las Vegas in United States. "O" has come across to the forefront as the very first aquatic show of the Cirque Du Soleil. It show cases several unique underwater acts such as the synchronized swimming. In addition the above-ground acts are also available in it. Owing to the fact that the cirque O is an aquatic show, all of its members are certified Scubas. The costumes that they wear in one show have a lifespan of about twenty shows. Numerous costumes that are used by per performer cost the show around $10,000 for its production. Other than that several small minute details have to be taken into account such as the rise and fall of the platform stage without a wake. This is done through the thousands of tiny holes that are present at the surface.
For the maintenance of the required and needed temperature in the theatre, an invisible wall has been erected between the pool and the audience area. This wall is generated by the air jets. The temperature on the stage is kept relatively higher, whereas the temperature in the audience zone is kept at a much lower temperature. There is a temperature sensor that is present after every few seats in the theatre. This aids in ensuring that the temperature in the audience area is maintained at the desired temperature.
Buy tickets to see o, soleil o cheap tickets, buy tickets to o and cheap cirque o shows tickets. For minimizing the dents and scratches to the musical instruments that are used by the musicians, they are played from the glass enclosures that are present in the theater. In fact there are some musical instruments that are still being used in the show, that are easily over a century old but are in splendid condition. When you listen closely the unique string instrument that can be heard in the soundtrack of O is an erhu, which is basically a traditional Chinese string instrument. As for the maintenance of a fresh look of the performers present in the show, some of them have been given several sets of costumes. This allows the performers to reappear dry in the same costumes, in spite of having been in the water.
Amongest the props that have been used some of them are actually boat like the umbrellas, which are used by a character named Eugen for riding on the water and by comets for riding the horses. All in all the show has a total cast of around ninety acrobats, who are all not only synchronized swimmers but also divers who give their performances in and above a one and a half million-gallon pool. The temperature of this pool is kept at 88 degrees Fahrenheit.