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a steep-walled semicircular basin in a mountain


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The joke about the Cirque du Soleil in Vegas is that if you build them, they will come.
Jerry Nadal, general manager of all Cirque productions in Vegas, says ``Mystere,'' which in its 12th year is the oldest of the shows, ``is still doing really good business.
Zumanity,'' at New York, New York, is called ``a different side'' of Cirque du Soleil.
LAS VEGAS - Beyond the clowns and the acrobats, aside from the imaginative costumes, sets and artistic aspirations, there has always been a slightly naughty undercurrent to Cirque du Soleil.
What Cirque delivered - at a cost of some $50 million to $67 million - is ``Zumanity,'' which, true to its pun-spinning name, is more a carnivale of carnality than a titillating tease.