KÀ Cirque du Soleil Overview
Kà was the first of the Cirque du Soleil productions to deviate from the usual format. The show premiered in the fall of 2004, and presents a more straightforward story as compared to the more abstract visuals of other Cirque productions. This tale will keep you on the edge of your seat, telling a heroic adventure of love and conflict. The gravity-defying thrills take the drama to a new level with an unprecedented, lavish production.
This is a fantastic show for families; those that enjoy comic books and anime will especially appreciate the action-packed scenes and mock battles, without being too violent for the little ones. Keep in mind that while Kà is sure to fascinate children and adults of all ages, those under five years old are not permitted.
Kà expertly blends martial arts, acrobatics and puppetry into this thrilling performance with a masterful story of Imperial Twins separated by an attack on their palace. The story and production has an international appeal that leaves the limitations of culture and language behind. Performers connect directly with the audience, and before the show even begins, they are swinging from the rafters, playing instruments and interacting with guests. Arrive early to take in the full experience.
Each and every seat offers excellent views with speakers built into the chairs in order to make each audience member feel completely immersed in all of the action.