You can waste a lot of energy trying to figure out the plotline to a Cirque du Soleil show. So don’t bother. Just sit back and enjoy the fabulous visuals, the mind-blowing athleticism, and the stunning production values. Take the traveling production of Dralion now at the Wolstein Center. Sure, the program notes will ramble on about Eastern philosophy, the quest for harmony, and 3,000 year-old Chinese traditions. You’ll learn that the costume colors represent the elements, and the show’s name is a blend of “the dragon, representing the East” and “the lion, representing the West.” But once the international cast of 50 lithe, young, beautifully costumed hard bodies starts with the handstands, hoop tricks, and aerial ballets, they could be whistling Dixie for all it matters. Seven performances are set for April 4 through April 8. See the website for performance times. Tickets prices range from $43 to $153. Get them by phone, online, or at the Wolstein Center box office.