The kingdom is rebuilt on new foundations as the two bearers of change—
the Bronx and the Angels—come together as a brighter world emerges at last.
(The structure used in the High Bars act is placed 9,75 meters above the stage and
can accommodate up to 10 artists at the same time. This act marks the first time
that female artists perform on the high bars in a Cirque du Soleil show, soaring in
the air and filling the space above the structure 10 meters above the stage.)
Three high bars set close to 10 meters above the stage become the aerial
playground for daring flyers (the Angels) who soar to and from the arms of mighty
catchers (the Bronx), suspended by their knees on a cradle swing. These complex
linkages in the sky require flawless coordination, skill and timing. The
breathtaking act culminates in an impressive leap into the net.