The production will include 51 performers, including acrobats, clowns, musicians and actors, and promises to be as breathtaking and death-defying as any Cirque du Soleil production.
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Corteo, which has been seen by eight million people around the world, tells the story of a clown picturing his own funeral, which takes place at a carnival and is witnessed by angels.
General ticket sales begin February 2. For more information, visit Cirque du Soleil online.