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Cirque du Soleil raising awareness for global access to water

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On Friday, March 21, One Night for One Drop, a one-night-only production at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, with more than 100 Cirque du Soleil performers from all of Las Vegas’ eight Cirque shows helped raise awareness and funds for One Drop, a non-profit organization established by Cirque founder Guy Laliberté that works with water-related issues around the world.

The fundraising event included a pre-show reception at Aureole at Mandalay Bay, the show at the Michael Jackson One Theatre and a post-show extravaganza at the Moorea Beach Club.

One Night for One Drop was directed by Mukhtar and included performances by The Tenors, violinist Lindsey Stirling, IaMmE from “America’s Best Dance Crew, and spoken word artist IN-Q.

Celebrities and personalities who came out in support included Kyle Richards, Mauricio Umansky and Camille Grammer of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills;” TV personality Holly Madison; contemporary rock band Blues Traveler; Heather MacDonald from “Chelsea Lately” and Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Oscar Goodman.

A portion of the evening’s proceeds will benefit the Las Vegas Springs Preserve’s ongoing effort to support water conservation and sustainable living in the Las Vegas Valley.

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