The show does succumb to that Cirque du Soleil tendency to dress up the acts with a song and a dance when the skill and athleticism require no distraction, and the women are mostly decoration, apart from the duo who juggle tables with their feet.
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian, 21 January 2008. Guardian
Then standing in the heat and chaos, listening to the bang of the fireworks, watching the 'guy' succumb to the flames.
That night, as my father’s healthy snores rumbled in the bed next to mine and my grandmother wandered in and out of the bathroom, I considered both the nothingness to which we would all eventually succumb and its very opposite, the backside of Tahnee Welch partly shrouded in a pair of white shorts.
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