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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.
Discover the stunning new addition to Mystère by Cirque du Soleil. This male-female duo strap act celebrates the power of a woman and the relationship with her king. The process celebrates the creative and artistic relationship with the acrobatics.
The age-old adage of running off to join the circus rang true for two British gymnasts who are now touring the world in a globally popular show. Emily McCarthy and Sam Sturt are two of the stars in Cirque du Soleil’s Varekai, which reaches the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle from February 15 to 19.
Daniel Crispin (Crispy) is an Australian artist currently performing the principal role of "Entu" in Cirque du Soleil's Toruk - The First Flight. Join us this episode as Crispy gives us an insight into what it is to be part of this spectacular Cirque du Soleil show, including his experience of auditioning for a role he later found out would be a principal character.
In case you missed it at the end of Robin Leach's most recent article and interview with Fabrice Lemire... After Mexico, its remaining cities in the United States, and a brief vacation, the cast and crew of TORUK embark on Asia. They begin in Taiwan in June, then it’s Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
Will the different plugs needed for washing machines in Australia or microwaves in Taiwan be easy to handle when Cirque's TORUK arrives after its engagement here last week? Those minute details are two of hundreds that artistic director Fabrice Lemire handles as he moves his “Toruk” cast and crew of 99 around the world.
Robin Leach went behind the scenes at Cirque du Soleil's TORUK-The First Flight whilst the show was in Las Vegas, speaking with Kleber Berto, previously of KA, and with Raymond O’Neill, who plays the narrator of the Toruk’s Na’vi-language story.
When the Cirque comes to your town, it’s a pretty big deal. “Toruk — The First Flight” took in almost as much money as Paul McCartney on the road last year. But when Cirque comes to Las Vegas, its own backyard? Ehh. Depends on how busy those World of Concrete conventioneers are. And how much locals care about the “Avatar” connection.
It was absolutely gorgeous and unbelievable visually. Cirque du Soleil is known for bringing wonder and delight to millions of spectators across the globe, and it dazzled audiences once again Wednesday night with the Las Vegas premiere of its newest touring show, “Toruk: The First Flight.”
Cirque du Soleil is now working to bring you the fifth and final show in the SCALADA series: STELAR. In this latest edition, Cirque du Soleil invites you to discover a parallel world between the sky and the earth. It will lead you into the unknown, to touch the clouds and see beyond...
42 Seven Productions, W Times Square and IndieFork welcome Ruby Lewis, Ryan Vona and cast members of Paramour for the 10th installment of the hit Sunday night acoustic experience "Broadway at W," featuring Broadway's hottest shows and their talented casts in a raw, up-close, and acoustic environment in the exquisite Living Room of W Hotel.
Running off to the circus might be considered a unique choice to some. However, for University of Calgary Schulich School of Engineering student Jason Chen-Leung, the decision was an easy one to make when it came to his audition with Cirque du Soleil. With guidance and support by Faculty Jason now performs in KA.
On this very special episode of CirqueCast, four Cirque du Soleil fans join us as we go over Cirque du Soleil media news, Paramour's closing at the Lyric Theatre, and the new Big Top show VOLTA. And to top it all off, RJ Owens, Baby François in Mystere, makes a very special and unexpected appearance to answer some of our guest hosts' questions!
Nico Baixas of Spain, a hand-puppet artist who performs nightly in Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS at Hard Rock Stadium, brought his “handiwork” to Gulfstream Elementary School on Thursday. Baixas, who is the KURIOS accordion man, entertained deaf and hard-of-hearing students at the school.