Mystère is the original must-see Cirque du Soleil production that combines high-energy acrobatics and dramatic dance set to the thunderous rhythms of the Taïko drums. Featuring an international cast of 75 artists, Mystère provides the ultimate discovery that life itself is a mystery. Only at Treasure Island.
Directed by:Franco Dragone
The adventure begins with the Big Bang, symbolizing primitive man embarking on a never-ending journey.
Great upper body control and balance are essential for the Chinese Pole artists as they slither and spring from pole to pole using only arm and leg power.
His brilliant appearance and acrobatic skills snap up the energy of the show like sparks that fly in the wind.
The Bungee performers rely on great upper-body strength and pinpoint precision to synchronize this ballet without gravity.
This act showcases the amazing agility of the human body through spectacular sequences of aero-gymnastics and human pyramids.
Carriers of the world’s hopes and aspirations, the babies quest for nourishment and understanding while journeying through the world of Mystère.
The two performers exhibit strength and stamina while executing increasingly difficult maneuvers that demonstrate perfect harmony while fusing power and grace.
The trapeze team performs a very fast-paced Trapeze act.
“If someone were to dream of a cathedral to the goddesses of earth and rebirth, and then dare to build it on the Vegas strip, this would be Mystere.”
- Time Magazine
Perfectly situated in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Treasure Island (also known as TI) offers modern rooms, a luxurious spa, tropical pool, intimate dining, exciting cocktail lounges, and world-class casino gaming. Convenient meeting facilities accommodate up to 1,000, and the resort is connected by pedestrian bridge to the Fashion Show shopping center with over 200 stores.
The state-of-the-art Mystère Theatre at Treasure Island was the first permanent Cirque du Soleil theatre custom built to the exact show specifications. The stage floor is made of a layer of Base Mat – recycled rubber from old tires and sneakers – to give the stage some bounce for tumbling. One member of the Mystère Props team has painted the stage over 300 times.