Inspired by James Cameron's sci-fi film 'Avatar,' Cirque du Soleil's new extravaganza transports you to the world of Pandora in a stunning live visual setting. More…
A hybrid of circus and physical theater, 'Toruk' is a newly written fable set in the 'Avatar' universe. Experience a storytelling odyssey through an eye-popping world of imagination and discovery, as immersive projections, puppets, and acrobats, aerialists, and other circus artists bring this alien culture to the stage.
See it if you want to see an amazing stage production. The effects are awesome, but this lacked some of the amazing cirque performances.
Don't see it if you want a true cirque show with amazing performances. I would recommend everyone seeing it just for the stage! Story line was boring.
See it if You don't mind throwing money away to see some pretty sets and costumes. You're not looking for amazing acrobatics.
Don't see it if You like cirque di soliel or Avatar. Much better acrobatics in their other shows and the story was boring.
See it if you love pretty colors and gorgeous sets. If you love Cirque shows, there are a handful of impressive acrobatics, but not much.
Don't see it if you're expecting a fantastic Cirque show with an Avatar related story. It has nothing to do with either. No clue what they were thinking.
See it if You want to see the moon Pandora come to life and a return to the world of Avatar. I've never seen another show with such exquisite artistry
Don't see it if You're looking for the usual death-defying and mind-boggling stunts most cirque shows have. Toruk focused more on visual arts than physical.
See it if you worship anything Avatar no matter how poor the writing is or how boring and repetitive a show can be.
Don't see it if you're expecting a true Cirque du Soleil experience with circus acts.
See it if Want to see as many Cirque shows as you can even if it's one of the worst. Like big spectacle, but it's more childish so if you have kids.
Don't see it if You want more than a few circus acts, don't want to bored as the show plods along and don't care about cheap spectacle and puppets.