Cirque says "more than 1.2 million guests have been awed by Zarkana" in Madrid, Moscow and New York City. If you're not one of them, here's what you can expect:
Ok. That probably didn't tell you much. If you really want to know what the "story" is, here's the explanation. Basically, abandoned theater plus magician plus lost love-slash-powers times Cirque equals an "irresistibly odd escape." Hmmm, maybe we just have to see it. Oh, wait. We see what they did there.
Zarkana (pronounced zar-kan-ah) will start preview performances in October, with tickets going on sale next month. Viva Elvis will see its last performance on August 18, with 25 percent off ticket specials now.
(PHOTO/VIDEO: panambievents.blogspot.com, Cirque du Soleil on YouTube)