Save on Tickets for Cirque du Soleil’s Newest and First Broadway Show

Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour is their first Broadway Productions

Cirque du Soleil has wowed audiences worldwide, and now it’s finally coming to Broadway with Paramour, a thrilling and passionate new theatre experience.

Set in the glamorous world of Golden Age Hollywood, Paramour spins the tale of a beautiful young actress forced to choose between love and art.

There’s plenty of excitement up and down the Theatre District in NYC now that Cirque du Soleil will premiere its first-ever production created specifically for Broadway.

TicketsatWork.com is delighted to be part of the fun with huge savings you can enjoy now: Get your tickets now and Save Over 25%!

Paramour will begin previews on April 16 at the Lyric Theatre. Opening night is scheduled for May 25.

The eclectic cast for Paramour is full of talented performers

The new show promises to blend theater elements — professional actors leading a book-driven, love-story narrative, and accompanied by live musicians — with the Cirque du Soleil artistic style, which includes amazing production design and acrobatic stunts.

Directed by Philippe Decouflé, Paramour features a cast that blends the best in circus arts and musical theatre, transporting you to a world of beauty and emotion as it walks the exhilarating tightrope of the heart.

Developed under the artistic guidance of Jean-François Bouchard, Paramour unites the signature spectacle of Cirque du Soleil with the storytelling magic that defines Broadway.

The hype surrounding the show is building; looks like it’s going to be big fun at the Lyric, one of the largest Broadway houses, which will be configured to seat a little over 1,800 people for each performance. The show, which blends song, dance, technology and acrobatics, will also include high-definition projections during the performance.

Visit TicketsatWork.com today for great ticket savings. Cirque du Soleil’s very first Broadway production is almost here; make it a special night out at the theatre with a showing of Paramour.

By: Jeff Hyatt

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