It's not the most spectacular show they ever produced, but there are some of the prized "Oh-my-God-what's-going-to-happen-if-he/she-falls" moments. It sure is a more cohesive effort than TOTEM *. The balance in between spectacular and fantasy is pretty much spot on. Usually the show director goes for one or the other. Not here.
In conclusion, I really want to stress out how good of a tribute this is to women. There's no confrontational statement being made here and it would've been so easy to made. It would have been SO easy to portray men as idiots, enemies or not include them at all. But AMALUNA falls in none of these traps. Men and women are portrayed as equals, both with inner strength and courage, but being a show about women, they end up saving the day because they had the opportunity to do so and because they are portrayed as those loving and caring creatures who don't hesitate to get in harm's way if necessary.
AMALUNA is destined to be one of Cirque du Soleil's greatest hits, I think. Expect this one to tour for many, many years and reach out to you sooner or later and it's worth every penny.
* Which was really good too, by it's sheer spectacular power, but more like a conventional circus act in its structure.