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  • 45 DEGREES to Design and Produce the 2016 MAC Ball

    45 DEGREES to Design and Produce the 2016 MAC Ball

    This year, the Musée Foundation has entrusted the agency 45 DEGREES, Cirque du Soleil’s events and special projects company, with the task of dazzling its guests. With proven expertise in creating successful events internationally, 45 DEGREES aims to present a Ball tailored to the expectations of the Montréal community.

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  • The Evolution of LOVE’s Costumes

    The Evolution of LOVE’s Costumes

    Learn about the evolution of The Beatles LOVE costume and makeup!

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  • Amphitheatre, Cirque bring Booming Business to Trois-Rivières

    Amphitheatre, Cirque bring Booming Business to Trois-Rivières

    The city of Trois-Rivières wants to be Quebec's next entertainment destination, and it's hoping to attract tourists with its brand new open-air amphitheatre. As many as 64,000 people attended last year's Cirque du Soleil tribute to Beau Dommage at the Amphithéâtre Cogeco, bringing in an estimated $15 million in revenues to the city

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  • Roaming with KURIOS Clown Facundo Gimenez

    Roaming with KURIOS Clown Facundo Gimenez

    If you were to imagine the type of person who runs away to join the circus, it would be hard to do better than Facundo Gimenez. The 31–year-old Argentine-born clown has worked with the magical, bohemian Cirque du Soleil for 9 years but has been a clown for most of his life.

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  • Eirini Tornesaki: What It’s Like to Sing with Cirque du Soleil

    Eirini Tornesaki: What It’s Like to Sing with Cirque du Soleil

    Eirini, born on Crete, Greece, is a classically trained musician who has recorded at Abbey Road. She graduated from BIMM Brighton in 2012, she sings a variety of styles including soul, pop, latin, jazz and performs internationally. Here she shares her backstage routines and tells us how hard it is to perform 10 shows a week all around the world.

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  • Michel Laprise Reflects on Zig-Zagging Career

    Michel Laprise Reflects on Zig-Zagging Career

    Michel Laprise loves big projects. The charming and whip-smart out director served as creative director for Madonna’s 2012 Super Bowl halftime show and as writer/director of “KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities”. Recently, Laprise shared thoughts with Patrick Folliard of the Washington Blade via phone from Montréal where he’s based.

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  • Giles Martin Reshapes, and Protects, The Beatles’ Legacy

    Giles Martin Reshapes, and Protects, The Beatles’ Legacy

    Giles Martin’s role in the Beatles’ stage show has been simple to describe but nearly impossible to appreciate unless you are in his position. As the son of the man who produced all of the Beatles' recorded music during their active eight-year run, Martin was given the band’s recorded catalogue and charged with creating the soundtrack to “Love.”

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  • Behind the Tech of LOVE

    Behind the Tech of LOVE

    While video projection has always been part of “Love,” it was mainly seen in two panoramic projection surfaces on either side of the theater, as well as sporadic special surfaces, courtesy of 24 Christie 20k digital projectors. For the 10th anniversary refresh, show director Dominic Champagne and his team decided to add more.

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  • Giles Martin on his father: ‘Take a sad song and make it better is what he did’

    Giles Martin on his father: ‘Take a sad song and make it better is what he did’

    Even before the legendary Beatles producer Sir George Martin died in March, his son Giles found himself the recipient of a staggering family inheritance. For years, the 46-year-old, a producer in his own right, has acted as a custodian of the music of the Beatles. As LOVE celebrates its 10th anniversary, Giles reflects on the band’s inescapable legacy.

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  • Complexes Cirque – The Peel Project

    Complexes Cirque – The Peel Project

    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.

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  • The Cirque and Competitive Sports

    The Cirque and Competitive Sports

    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.

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  • Did Criss Angel miss the chance to move magic forward?

    Did Criss Angel miss the chance to move magic forward?

    Criss Angel certainly has the resources to deliver what he promised: “The most mind-blowing, revolutionary magic show ever to be performed live.” But rival magicians are asking if he has a different goal: to be magic’s ultimate cover band. Rick Thomas, who once had a show on the Strip, sends a letter to Angel.

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  • Issue #150: JUL 2016

    Issue #150: JUL 2016

    This Month: Our 150th Issue! Cirque and the NFL Re-connect so we take a peek into Cirque and Sports. We also take a look back at the old Peel Project, not to mention all and all the exciting news for the month!

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  • Cirque du Soleil, Wowing the World

    Cirque du Soleil, Wowing the World

    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.

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  • Cirque du Soleil Takes Over Chefs Club NY

    Cirque du Soleil Takes Over Chefs Club NY

    The connection between food and art has never been stronger, but if you can't make it to Ibiza, you can still experience an amazing dinner and performance in new York. On July 13, lucky diners at Chefs Club by Food & Wine can enjoy a three-course prix fixe inspired by Cirque du Soleil while watching stars from the show perform.

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