Venue Details

48 Star Starred
XFINITY Arena at Everett
2000 Hewitt Avenue Everett, WA 98201
425-322-2645
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 38 members
Review from Kerry Christianson

This is one of Cirque's more magical and whimsical shows. The characters are lovely, quirky and simple, and more beautiful because of that. The acts are low-tech, which places the focus directly on the performers - perfect. I was moved and...continued

reviewed Mar 16 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Joan OBrien

Cirque Du Soleil is magnificent and Quidam was another great production. The Everett Arena is a great location - nice seating, great staff, ample parking and our seats were terrific. Great price, great event, happy customer!

reviewed Mar 16 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from click.snap.crash

A truly magical performance. One of their most engaging and charming shows. I took my employees as an appreciation gift, it was a hit.

reviewed Mar 17 2011 report as inappropriate
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Description

Young Zoé is bored; her parents, distant and apathetic, ignore her. Her life has lost all meaning. Seeking to fill the void of her existence, she slides into an imaginary world — the world of Quidam — where she meets characters who encourage her to free her soul.

Quidam: a nameless passer-by, a solitary figure lingering on a street corner, a person rushing past and swallowed by the crowd. It could be anyone, anybody. Someone coming or going at the heart of our anonymous society. A member of the crowd, one of the silent majority. The one who cries out, sings and dreams within us all. This is the “quidam” whom this show allows to speak. This is the place that beckons—a place for dreaming and genuine relations where all quidams, by proclaiming their individuality, can finally emerge from anonymity.

<em>Sex With Strangers</em> Seattle Bike Show <em>To Kill a Mockingbird</em> <em>Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA</em> <em>RENT</em>: The 20th Anniversary Tour <em>The Snowy Day and Other Stories</em> by Ezra Jack Keats