This time the program consisted of building human skyscrapers (or human skyscraper construction cranes) to recorded music, with lots of tumbling in the air. It tales unbelievable athletic skills for performers ("break dancers") to do this safely. The only show that I have ever seen of about the same physical difficulty was "Atlantis" at the Luxor in Las Vegas in December 1997, in three acts, where performers went out on wires vertically above the audience. (Cost of that show then on a Sunday night was only $38.)
I'll pass along a 3-minute excerpt of Cique's act ("Mstere Theater Renovation Timelapse") at Treasure Island in Las Vegas.
The writeup of the rest of the HRC event will be posted Oct. 7 on the GLBT blog.
Also, Dustin Lance Black ("Milk"):