#Cirque du Soleil at #Disney Springs is deviated from its normal Tuesday through Saturday schedule of shows for one day only. On Sunday, November 20, you can catch the show at 6 p.m. or at a special 3 p.m. matinee, with a 50 percent discount on kids’ tickets. The cost starts at $24 for children under nine for this popular show at the Walt Disney World resort. As ad added bonus, if you come for the special performance, you get to see all the Christmas decor at Disney Springs to get you in the mood for the holidays.

#La Nouba takes place at the specially built Cirque du Soleil theater, designed to evoke a circus tent, in the West Side section of Disney Springs. There’s no admission charge for this dining, shopping and entertainment district, and parking is also free in the two garages or the surface lot behind the show building.

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See the making of the show at Disney Springs

La Nouba is packed with talented performers doing everything from break dancing to defying death with high-flying acrobatics. It’s a circus, so of course there are clown antics, too. If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to put a Cirque du Soleil show together, visit on Tuesday or Friday from 3:30 to 4 p.m to watch the open rehearsal. You’ll see the performers’ dedication and drive as they practice and prepare for the show. To get an idea of what to expect, check out the trapeze practice session in the video below.

Every La Nouba seat is a good one

Tickets for all performances, including the special Sunday shows on November 20, are available on the official La Nouba website. The Cirque du Soleil theater is carefully designed to provide a great view, no matter where you sit.

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If you’re more towards the back, you’ll get a panoramic view. If you’re closer to the front, beware! You might just become part of the clowning around that you can see in the video below where clowns Pablo and Pablo showed the media who they take their act right out into the audience.

If you’d like to “meet” some of the other La Nouba performers, they answer questions about their Cirque du Soleil show in the video below. If you come to Disney Springs to see it, you’ll likely recognize them when the lights go down and the whirlwind of acts begins.