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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s “Avatar” brought to life as Cirque du Soleil recreates the blockbuster movie for the tent in our backyard.

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“Toruk – The First Flight” takes place on Pandora, home to the Na’vi.

The blue-skinned cast members will be leaping, twisting and turning. The jaw dropping moves you are used to when you go see a Cirque show.

“It has a love story it has danger it has a lot of excitement and in addition to the visual spectacle cirque is known for makes it very special,” said cast member Nick Beyeler.

You’ll also see video projections, puppetry and giant flowers.

The flowers are part of the visual beauty depicting the story set thousands of years before the events in the movie took place.

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In Toruk, a catastrophe threatens the sacred Tree of Souls.

Three teenagers set out to save Pandora from devastation.

“We actually have one character in the show who is the story teller,” explained Cirque du Soleil representative Laura Silverman. “He’s speaking English and the other characters are speaking Na’vi, which is the language created for the film.”

There are 115 costumes in the show, six puppeteers and dozens of cast members bringing this magical and colorful world to life.

If you’re wondering, the Toruk is the giant flying creature in the movie Avatar.

Toruk is at the BB&T Center from March 3rd to the 6th, followed by the AmericanAirlines Arena starting March 10th.

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