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Video B-Roll available via CNW - Las Vegas Premiere of Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil

Cirque Celebrates the Premiere of its Latest Resident Show at ARIA Resort & Casino™ in Las Vegas

TORONTO, Nov. 10, 2012 /CNW/ -The following video is available by satellite or by CNW's Video On-Demand web download:

STORY SUMMARYLAS VEGAS: Celebrities joining the night's red carpet event and after-party at HAZE Nightclub will include Emmy award-winning actor Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), actress Jessica Lowndes (90210), actor Matt Lanter (90210), actress Dot Jones (Glee), actor Edi Gathegi (X-Men: First Class), Dj ASHBA (Recording Artist), Mark Foster (Recording Artist), magician/illusionist Criss Angel, comedian Carrot Top, Matt Goss (Recording Artist), entertainers Siegfried & Roy, the Zarkana creative team including François Girard (Writer & Director), Nick Littlemore (Composer & Musical Director) and Cirque du Soleil's President and CEO Daniel Lamarre.

Zarkana begins its residency at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas following hugely successful engagements at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Arena Madrid and Moscow's Kremlin State Palace Theatre.

The show follows Zark, the ringmaster of an extraordinary circus coming back to life, as he guides us in an abandoned theatre populated by a motley collection of off-the-wall characters and incomparable acrobats.  Zarkana is a visual vortex set in a twisted acrobatic fantasy universe where, little by little, chaos and craziness give way to a true celebration.

For more information, visit cirquedusoleil.com/zarkana or arialasvegas.com/zarkana.

ENGLISH SOUNDBITES: 

  • Show Creators including famed composer Nick Littlemore and Writer/Director François Girard
  • Celebrities on Red Carpet

FRENCH SOUNDBITES:

  • Daniel Lamarre, President and CEO, Cirque du Soleil
  • François Girard, Writer/Director

B-ROLL INCLUDES:  ***Show Footage***Red Carpet Arrivals***Exteriors of Event and Signage***

VIDEO PROVIDED BY:  Cirque du Soleil

 
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