Cirque du Soleil's 'Amaluna' continuing run at Atl...
by Bobby Tedder
11:47 AM, Thursday, October 16
If nothing else, “Amaluna” promises spectacle and splendor to which Cirque du Soleil’s patrons have become accustomed. One of the Montreal-based theatrical entertainment company’s latest entries in its ever-diversifying global brand of live entert...

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