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If you’re a fan of the other Cirque shows on the Strip, “R.U.N” will be a fascinating watch on several different levels.

Aggressive innovation marks Cirque du Soleil’s action-packed ‘R.U.N’

November 15th, 2019

If you’re a fan of the other Cirque shows on the Strip, “R.U.N” will be a fascinating watch on several different levels.

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