I got the chance to get a behind the scenes look at the show that entertained thousands this weekend at Amsoil Arena, 'Cirque du Soleil: Quidam'. The popular show has been seen by millions around the world since it began touring 16 years ago. The show travels with 50 performers and a mix of 50 musicians, crew members and management, so a small village moved into Amsoil Arena for nearly a week, here's what you didn't see if you went to the show this weekend.

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    Flags are Hung Behind Stage in Amsoil Arena for the Cast and Crew That Represent 24 Countries

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  • 2

    The Show is so Massive That it has Basically Taken Over Amsoil Arena and the DECC, Where Should we go Next?

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    The Stage, Which Features 5 Arches That "Trolley" the Performers on and off the Stage and the Worlds Largest Traveling Turntable

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  • 4

    The Four Diabolo Performers Practice Hours Before the Show, Diabolos are Basically Chinese yo-yos

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  • 5

    Dozens of Wigs and Hats sit Waiting Just Behind The Stage, do you Recognize Either of These From the Show?

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    One of Several Cooks That Travel With the Show, Fresh Meals are Made Everyday With Ingredients Bought in Duluth When They Arrived

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  • 7

    The Banquine Act Which Combines Gymnastics and Ballet Practice Just Behind Stage With Safety Equipment

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  • 8

    The Show Travels With Several Washers and Dryers to do The Piles of Dirty Laundry That the Cast and Crew Accumulate

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  • 9

    Shoes are Coated With a Fresh Coat of Paint When Needed, Hundreds of Colors of Paint are on Hand to Maintain all the Wardrobe and Props

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  • 10

    Thousands of Pieces of Wardrobe are Stored in The DECC Arena

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  • 11

    The Clowns of Cirque du Soleil Apparently Love Their Gadgets

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    The Show Travels North America in 15 Trailers and Even They Practice Precision With Their Parking Behind Amsoil Arena

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