Star Tribune photo by Tom Wallace.

"Cavalia," the mythic equestrian and human extravaganza that opened last week west of Minneapolis, has extended its run.

The show of iconic, dreamlike vignettes, stately dressage and daring acrobatics has added another week of performances under the big tent near the Shops at the West End at highways 394 and 100 in Saint Louis Park.

"Cavalia" will now close Oct. 16.

Created by Cirque du Soleil co-founder Normand Latourelle, the production has been a hot seller since opening last week in the Twin Cities. Scalpers have been charging several times the face value of tickets, which range from $64.50-$189.50 plus fees.

"Cavalia" will travel to China.

For more info, visit the Montreal-based troupe's web site, or call 1-866-999-8111.


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