Since 1993 Cirque du Soleil's new-age circus has been the town's most consistent family show. Mystère most purely preserves the original Cirque concept, and has held up to the increased spectacle of its sister shows by being the funniest of the bunch, and by keeping the spectators close to the action and the human acrobatics in the spotlight. Perhaps more than the other Cirque productions, you're intimately involved with this surreal wonderland and the comic characters
who interact with the audience. In early 2012, the show swapped out the climactic trapeze number for an aerialist display from a closed show in Japan, providing new incentive to re-explore Mystère.