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BEST RATE GUARANTEERATE CALENDAR FLIGHT + HOTEL

Outside the Zarkana Theater.

SHOWTIMES THURSDAY

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S M T W T F S

LENGTH OF SHOW

90 minutes

PRICING*

$69 – $180 per person

TICKET OFFICE

855.ZARKANA (855.927.5262)

HOURSTHURSDAY

10:00 am. - 6:00 pm.

ADDRESS

2nd Floor Promenade Level
3730 Las Vegas Blvd South 
Las Vegas, NV 89158

GROUP RESERVATIONS

877.826.0255 (12+ guests)
*Ticket prices exclude live entertainment tax as well as ticket service fees. No refunds or exchanges on cancellations.

Costume ThemesA modern twist on the 1920s and 1930s

The characters in Zarkana inhabit a surreal world inspired by the American circus sideshows that flourished in the 1930s and the spirit of the golden age of Coney Island. The overall visual aesthetic of their costumes – 250 in all – is a modern take on the look of the 1920s, the 1930s and the Art Deco movement. 

Fabrics and printing

To create the costumes for Zarkana’s quirky crew of oddball characters and acrobats, Alan worked with a wide range of synthetic fabrics such as polyester, and neoprene, and specialized color printing techniques such as sublimation, many of which were developed by the innovators in the Cirque du Soleil costume workshop. 

Tarantula

Tarantula, the spider-woman mutant’s costume suggests all of the perceived danger in her arachnid identity. Her spider legs are extensions to her costume that are attached to the mechanism that allows her to descend to the stage from the ceiling. 

Jovians

The costumes of the extraterrestrial Jovians were originally inspired by a fictitious tribe that lived off the bounty of the sea. When they went fishing, they wore costumes that made them look like fish to fool their prey. The Jovians’ costumes are made of double-laminated Lycra and decorated with bubbles that represent the foam excreted by the fish.