The Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued six citations against Cirque in its investigation of the death of Sarah Guillot-Guyard during a June performance of Ka. The agency said the company failed to prevent performers from striking the grid, which dislodged Guillot-Guyard's cable, and didn't properly train employees. Will this change the way Cirque du Soliel does business? And how will the company respond to the report?
John Katsilometes, entertainment reporter, Las Vegas Sun