Cirque du Soliel's ‘Crystal’ takes up residence at Newark’s Prudential Center
There's plenty of action on the ice at the Prudential Center in Newark, but it's not hockey -- Cirque du Soliel's "Crystal" is in residence at the arena.
It’s the first of the 42 different productions throughout Cirque du Soleil's history to feature performers on ice, as well as the acrobatics and aerial performances that audiences have come to know from Cirque du Soleil.
Crystal is the show's title character, who plunges into an imaginary world when falling through ice while skating.
"And in that journey under the ice she goes on a journey of self-discovery," says artistic director Robert Tannion.
The cast features more than 40 performers. "Crystal" will run at Prudential Center through Sunday.
Ticket information can be found on the Prudential Center's website.