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On March 9, with the Buenos Aires premiere of Sép7imo Día - No Descansaré (Seventh Day - I Will Not Rest) -- Cirque du Soleil's tribute to the band formed by the late Gustavo Cerati, Zeta Bosio and Charly Alberti -- Luna Park was witness to the unrelenting vigor that their music has.
Cirque announced "Luna Petunia" back in 2014 and we've been waiting to see what this kid's show was all about ever since. Netflix acquired the series, which began airing on December 9th. This is our review.
When we previously reviewed “Dancing With The Stars'” first-ever Cirque “theme” night we marveled on how much work must have occurred to bring this collaboration forward. It made us curious to know more.
Christmas has come and gone. What did you find under the tree this year? I found three special somethings from Cirque du Soleil in my stockings: The TORUK, LUZIA DVD, and FLOWERS IN THE DESERT DVDs.
As a recap to my last review of this wonderful show, I’m lucky enough to be a ‘Passionate’ – one of those people who have followed Cirque for many years. Through those years I’ve made many cirque-adjacent friends.
It was quite the bombshell (and a well-kept secret) when it was announced that the USA version of Dancing With The Stars would host a night of ballroom dancing inspired by the music and shows of CDS.
On June 22, 2005, Cirque du Soleil and Loto-Quebec unveiled a proposal for the establishment of a world-class entertainment complex to be located on the site of the Peel Basin in the du Havre sector of Montréal.
Cirque isn’t a newcomer on the sports scene. The company has made numerous appearances at sporting affairs over the years. Lets take a quick look at two other sporting special events Cirque has put together.
Many top gymnasts are part of the Cirque cast. One is Beijing 2008 star Marissa King who recently starred in Amaluna at the Albert Hall. Alongside Marissa was top GB coach Chris Bowler. Gymnast Magazine speaks to both.
Despite a few hiccups arriving in Montreal (my flight was delayed out of La Guardia, putting me in Montreal about three hours later than originally planned; forcing us to face rush hour traffic from the airport, almost causing us to miss the show on the first night!), we had a fantastic time in Montreal. Now, allow me to take you through the “waking dream” that is LUZIA by using various Cirque Press Room materials and a bit of my own observations...
On May 25th, Cirque celebrated the opening of PARAMOUR... and the reviews have been quite mixed. Broadway World sampled a number of these in their fantastic "Review Roundup" article. Some of these critics were unabashedly harsh!
After several years of defying death on his hit A&E series “Mindfreak,” master illusionist Criss Angel is now about to perform even more dangerous and mystifying stunts for the stage-show version he’s ready to launch at the Luxor.
Our good friend Douglas Metzger took in a preview of PARAMOUR on opening night. Here he clues us into the ins and outs of this melding of acrobatics and music for Broadway.
Everybody has at least one. Something tangible that reminds them of the otherworldly experience of a Cirque du Soleil show. A magnet, a shirt, a program, a CD or DVD, a mug, a shot glass, something. For many (including yours truly), the credit card doesn’t stop burning once the tickets are purchased. The selection of […]