NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Workers at Cirque du Soleil are making preparations to resume performances of the Cirque production "Ovo" at their new temporary location after flooding in the Ohio River forced them out of their original venue at Cincinnati's Coney Island.
The Midwest has been inundated with floods and devastating tornadoes in the past week.
The cancellations came after only two shows were staged, with the rising river prompting Cirque to cancel performances through May 1st.
Shows will resume on Tuesday, May 3 and will run through Sunday, May 15. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers