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Take Metro to Hollywood to Experience IRIS from Cirque Du Soleil and Save

Thursday October 20, 2011

Go Metro to IRIS A Journey Through the World of CinemaTM,  the new resident production from Cirque Du Soleil®. It's now playing at the famed Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center, home of the Academy Awards, which sits atop the Metro Rail Hollywood/Highland subway station.

Metro riders can save by taking advantage of  a special 20 percent discount on tickets. For more details go to and search Destination Discounts. Discounts are also available by visiting the Kodak Theatre box office and referencing code METROB or by going online to and entering METROB in the promo code box before purchasing the tickets.

IRIS offers a new take on the art of cinema as only Cirque du Soleil could imagine it.   Directed by acclaimed choreographer Philippe Decouflé, with music by Oscar-nominated composer Danny Elfman,  IRIS is an inventive spectacle that combines acrobatics, dance, projections and live music and takes the audience on a mesmerizing journey that blurs boundaries between live performance and moving images.

IRIS performances are  Tuesdays to Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. (except Saturday, Dec. 24) and Sundays at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. There are no performances on Monday.

For more information about IRIS from Cirque du Soleil, go to

Avoid the high price of parking and bumper-to-bumper Hollywood traffic. Take Metro Bus and/or Rail to the Kodak Theatre, just steps from the Metro Red Line Hollywood/Highland Station. To plan a trip visit and click on the Trip Planner.

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