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Cirque du Soleil inspired art exhibit revealed in downtown El Paso

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Nina Titovets
Cirque Du Soleil performers Kyle Cradle, Alanna Baker, and James Johnson

Muralists Roman and Horey Silva revealed their Cirque Du Soleil “OVO” inspired mural Tuesday in downtown El Paso. The unveiling was followed by a performance from three Cirque acrobats dressed as bugs from the show. The show begins today, April 12, at 7:30 in the Don Haskins Center and runs through April 16.

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    3rd shift mural and sign co.Apr 16, 2017 at 7:02 PM

    greetings,

    proper reporting skills via kdbc channel 4- The only media outlet that got it all right and gave proper credentials to artist with a little back ground.


    EL PASO, Texas – —  Local artists created a mural in downtown El Paso that was inspired by Cirque du Soleil’s upcoming show at UTEP.
    Horey and Roman Silva, Primo Lechuga and Grave Herrera from 3rd Shift Sign Company created the masterpiece. They took inspiration from Cirque du Soleil’s show “OVO,” which is scheduled to be performed at the Don Haskins Center Wednesday through Sunday.”

    your local talent worked hard on this on a momments notice and made it come to life. give your city talent better light.

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