How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular: Epic Stage Adventure
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The last date listed for How to Train Your Dragon was Sunday September 16, 2012 / 6:00pm.
Currently at Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia:
- Full Price:
- $71.00 - $106.00
- Our Price:
- $54.75 - $96.00
Cirque du Soleil's Varekai whisks you away to an extraordinary world where anything is possible. A solitary young man parachutes into a magic forest where he meets fantastic creatures and embarks on an adventure full of extraordinary and whimsical experiences. In the Romany language -- the language of the Gypsies -- "varekai" means "wherever," and this fantastic journey pays tribute to the wandering spirits who began the circus tradition, roaming entertainers whose travels might take them anywhere. As the show's hero explores the forest, you will travel with him to witness high-flying aerial acts, astounding acrobatics, hilarious clowns and the Icarian games: an ancient circus art that presents a thrilling display of human juggling as the performers catapult through the air and make unbelievable landings on their partners. Learn More
Probably best to get there an hour early if you know the show is popular.Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents Built to Amaze! info • Feb 20 2013 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
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The show was amazing! The dragons were so life-like we couldn't take our eyes off of them! The seats were great, section 111, and only 12 rows back - perfect view of all the action for less than 1/2 of what the Wells Fargo Center was charing.
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Great show for kids and adults. I am a 34 year old female that LOVES dragons and dinosaurs and I went to see this last night alone. I loved it the dragons looked so real and the story was fun to watch. The use of video screens and lights made it a...continued
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“A visual and technical work of mind-boggling proportions.” -Australian Stage
“This arena spectacular, directed ambitiously and deftly by Nigel Jamieson, began its global tour in Melbourne to the unbridled glee and open-mouthed astonishment of the enormous crowd …. This is really a show for the child of the 21st century – a digital technology dream that parallels video games and 3D movies.” -Melbourne Herald Sun
This show’s running time is two hours, plus a 20-minute intermission.