Cirque du Soleil Takes the Plunge Into O's Underwater World

I first saw Cirque du Soleil's new theatre at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, NV, when it was nothing more than a steel skeleton etched against a sun-drenched sky. You could already picture the grandeur in its domed roof, and imagine the visual impact of a stage with a 1.5 million-gallon pool of water. The finished product does not disappoint. Both the Baroque-style 1,800-seat theatre and O, Cirque's newest production, push the edges of entertainment technology into untapped areas of

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