Venue Details

526 Star Starred
The Chicago Theatre
175 N. State St. Chicago, IL 60601
312-462-6300
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 65 members
Review from MC Williams
10 events 1 review

The show was fantastic!! My date and I were astonished by the costumes and how well the performance was put together. But one thing I would recommend is arriving early. The will call line was horrible and the fact that you don't know where your...continued

reviewed Dec 27 2007 report as inappropriate
Review from Adrian Eaton
98 events 30 reviews

Fabulous international performers and skills-soloists. If the connecting show was a little lame (although inventively and beautifully dressed and propped) the individual acts were as good as any I'd seen.

reviewed Dec 29 2007 report as inappropriate
Review from Linda Garrity
37 events 21 reviews

I really can't think of much to recommend this show. We have seen Cirque du Soleil several times and with that as my frame of reference, this pales in comparison. From our seats in the balcony of the Chicago Theatre, we could not understand the...continued

reviewed Dec 30 2007 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Dazzling!..A fantastical tale in an enchanted jungle.” –USA Today
“Funny and entertaining, transporting the viewer into a magical, vividly evoked realm” —Minneapolis Star Tribune

Description

In the ongoing tradition of spectacular touring shows, Neil Goldberg and Cirque Productions have once again reinvented the circus with European flair, imaginative theatrics and astounding acrobatics.

Cirque Dreams: Jungle Fantasy is an all-new adventure into a magical forest of soaring aerialists, spine-bending contortionists, vine-swinging characters, strong men and balancers from around the world. The entire family will be amazed by the unpredictable feats, puppeteering, costumes and spectacle!

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