Mystere is a classic Cirque du Soleil production featuring an exhilarating blend of thrilling acrobatic acts such as Chinese poles, hand to hand balancing, aerial high bar and bungee with powerful music and colorful costumes and sets.
Mystere combines the powerful athleticism, high-energy acrobatics and inspiring imagery that has become Cirque du Soleil's hallmark. Mystere is the spellbinding tale of one giant-sized baby who explores a world filled with strange creatures and brilliant colors, encountering a clown, acrobats, dancers and musicians along the way.
The 90-minute Mystère by Cirque du Soleil at Treasure Island is a kaleidoscope of seemingly superhuman acrobatic feats, beautiful choreography and street-theater comedy, all carried out by the wonderfully strange inhabitants of very a mysterious world.
Set in a specially designed 1,600-seat theatre at Treasure Island Las Vegas, Mystere features a cast of 75 international dancers, singers, musicians, and champion-caliber acrobats, whose spectrum of characters include a mischievous and misguided Clown, an electrifying Red Bird and one jumbo-sized Baby.
What is the dress code for Mystère by Cirque du Soleil at Treasure Island?
There is no stated dress code, but Mystère audiences are asked to adhere to the attire guidelines of Treasure Island.
Please Note: Mystère is for children of all ages. Children over 1 year old must purchase a ticket even if the child will be on a parent's lap during the performance.
Note: Please arrive 30 minutes early for pre-show entertainment
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Honored eight times as "Best Production Show" by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Mystere has an international cast of 72 performers featuring dancers, singers, musicians and champion-caliber acrobats. The Chicago Tribune called Mystere, "one of the most innovative and exciting shows to be seen anywhere". Directed by Franco Dragone.