Cirque du Soleil brings Quidam to Evansville April 26 through April 29

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EVANSVILLE – Cirque du Soleil will present “Quidam” for six performances from April 26 – 29 at the Ford Center in Evansville.
Quidam, pronounced “key-dahm,” features several acrobatic acts such as aerial contortion in silk, skipping ropes, handbalancing, Duplex Trapeze, German Wheel, Spanish Web and more.
Six musicians playing a wide variety of instruments such as the violin, cello, percussions, saxophone, electric and classical guitars and keyboard will perform original music.
Originally premiering in 1996, Quidam is one of the classic, older shows in Cirque du Soleil’s extensive catalog, according to publicist Jessica Leboeuf, who said audiences will be, “dazzled” by the encounter.
“Quidam is a completely unique experience. It delivers an amazing combination of artistry, skill, music, lighting and acrobatic performances,” said Leboeuf. “It keeps you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.” Tickets to Quidam are available at www.cirquedusoleil.com/quidam or by calling (800) 745-3000.