IN­VITED

ONE NIGHT FOR ONE DROP, THE MOST OUT­RA­GEOUS AN­NUAL CHAR­I­TA­BLE EVENT IN LAS VE­GAS, MARKS FIVE YEARS.

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One of the charms of the an­nual, one-night-only per­for­mance of One Night for One Drop, imag­ined by Cirque du Soleil as a ben­e­fit for crit­i­cal world­wide wa­ter is­sues: its wacky cast com­bos. This year’s per­for­mance was no ex­cep­tion, with Grammy-nom­i­nated rap­per Red­foo from Party Rock Crew play­ing the role of the Voice of Rea­son, and 13-year-old Amer­ica’s Got Tal­ent win­ner Grace Van­der­waal play­ing a win­some cir­cus poo­dle-wran­gler. Hav­ing lost her dog, she takes out her ukulele and sings her orig­i­nal “Light The Sky.” The show fol­lows the story of an abu­sive ring­mas­ter (Hu­man­ity) forced to look back at his own abuses of his as­sis­tant (the Earth) and ask for a redo. Fit­tingly, Van­der­waal, the Tenors, Shat­ner, and Red­foo ended the show link­ing arms for a rous­ing can-can dance to a sin­ga­long num­ber called “Screw It—we’re Mov­ing to Mars.”

Red­foo and Grace Van­der­waal do a fi­nal jig for the crowd.

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