Cirque Du Soleil’s ‘LIGHT’ Ventures in Nightlife
The LIGHT club opens up this month and marks the third nightlife venture for Cirque Du Soleil in Las Vegas.
Get turned on by the latest installment from Cirque Du Soleil, LIGHT. The upcoming nightclub at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas will bring together sound and art for club goers to experience in a way that does not involve sitting in a theater. While it is not a gay club, all of Cirque Du Soleil properties are gay friendly (and there is even a thriving gay night at one of them), and LIGHT will surely be one to check out during a night in Sin City after it opens Memorial Day Weekend.
Look Towards the LIGHT
Designed to play with your senses, LIGHT will merge the world-renowned creativity and theatrics with high-tech production and internationally acclaimed DJs and performers to “redefine a night out.” Upon arrival, guests are expected to enter the realm of the unknown, as everyone will be part of the “show”. The DJs will be aided by exclusive performance elements and visuals provided by costumes and unique choreography, video mapping, lighting, sound, and special effects experts Moment Factory, which has provided effects for more than 300 events, shows and installations for the likes of Cirque du Soleil, Disney, Nine Inch Nails, Céline Dion, and Madonna—to name just a few.
Zumanity Brings More Man Candy With ‘Scottish Fantasy’
Unveiling almost 10 years ago, Zumanity provides visitors with “the sensual side of Cirque du Soleil” at its Las Vegas home in the New York-New York Hotel & Casino. As the first “adult-themed” show in the Cirque du Soleil brand, Zumanity offers something for everyone, of appropriate age, regardless of gender and their sexuality to enjoy.
This year, the cabaret-style show introduces more man eye candy for those of us who appreciate the male form. In ‘Scottish Fantasy,’ we are given attention to a shirtless, dominating Scot, played by artist Alex Stabler. Stabler is decked out in a jockstrap-like, yellow plaid patteren kilt that is designed by Thierry Mugler, whom designed all the outfits in Zumanity.