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4.2 / 5 Rated by 95 members
Review from NEETRA NIXON
39 events 8 reviews

My family & I loved it!!..It had a little something for everyone the age range for my group was 10-41. The most impressive part was the live musicians. Wintuk is a must see for the holidays it will really bring your family together. It reminded me...continued

reviewed Dec 11 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Joann Detelj
24 events 20 reviews

loved it. never been to one of their performances and heard bad reviews about wintuk, however me and my friend really enjoyed it. lots of bike tricks, tennis balls, and hula hoops... who knows maybe i enjoyed it because i was expecting it to be...continued

reviewed Nov 16 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Charlene
32 events 18 reviews

The event was wonderful! We went on 12/23/08 so it was very close to the Christmas holiday. It was an almost FULL house and the audience was very much in the Christmas spirit. The acrobats were facinating! They did so many wonderful tricks. ...continued

reviewed Dec 23 2008 report as inappropriate
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“A magnet for families.” —Variety
“Impressive and virtuosic.” —New York Times


Cirque du Soleil’s Wintuk is playful, musical, and bursting with the energy of the city and the broad sweep of nature. A cast of 50 performers weaves thrilling circus arts, breathtaking theatrical effects and memorable songs into a meaningful seasonal story that resonates with the whole family.

A boy lives in a city where the arrival of winter has brought long shadows and intense cold — but no snow. He interacts with an extraordinary cast of high-energy urban street characters, including acrobats, dancers and talking marionettes. But when the snow still doesn’t arrive, he embarks on a quest with three companions — a female shaman who’s lost in the city, a shy man destined to discover his courage and the shadow of a young girl — to find the snow and bring it back where it belongs.

The adventurers journey to an imaginary land called Wintuk — an Arctic world without sunlight — where they encounter the rich culture of the People of the North and extraordinary giant characters made of ice. When at last the sun returns, they fly home on the wings of a giant crane and generate a swirling snowstorm.

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