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Is there any audience interacion at Cirque du Soleil if you are front and center or in category 1?
- Asked by mandy from IL on 9/4/2009
There is a small amount of audience interaction at Cirque du Soleil.
It's been about a year since I've seen the show so I hope I'm
remembering correctly, but to my recollection there are about half a
dozen audience members that get pulled up on stage at some point during
the performance. This is six people in a theater that holds well over a
thousand, so no matter where you sit, your odds of being part of the
performance are tiny. But to answer your question, yes, to the best of
my knowledge, all the people that came onstage during the show were
near the very front of the theater. I looked at the seating chart for the theater on cirquedusoliel.com and did see that most of the audience folks who participated in the show were in section 103.
When I saw Cirque, I happened to be one of the lucky folks who did get to interact with the performers. I was seated in the very last row of section 103 -- with the main aisle just behind me. As part of the the pre-show (which is really part of the show), the clowns ended up stacking many boxes on my head. My kids got a HUGE kick out of this. Lots of fun.