The Land of Fantasy Archive

  • “X” Performs in Hangzhou, Drawing in a Large Crowd

    “X” Performs in Hangzhou, Drawing in a Large Crowd

    Cirque du Soleil “X” The Land of Fantasy, produced by Hangzhou Suntiandy Group and Cirque du Soleil, has successfully premiered in Hangzhou Suntiandy Theatre. Liu Wendong, Chairman of Hangzhou Suntiandy Group, and Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group President and CEO Daniel Lamarre attended the premiere, delivered speeches and extended their ardent blessings to the show. The creation team of the show was invited to shared their thoughts with the audience as well.

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  • Cirque du Soleil: The Great Chinese Seduction

    Cirque du Soleil: The Great Chinese Seduction

    It's tomorrow night that Cirque du Soleil will officially launch its first permanent show in Hangzhou, China, in a brand-new 1,500-seat theater built on the site of a former railroad yard. With X: The Land of Fantasy , Cirque hopes to finally break through this coveted market.

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  • X: The Land of Fantasy Official Announcement

    X: The Land of Fantasy Official Announcement

    On May 30th, the Product Launch of "X the Land of Fantasy" produced by Cirque du Soleil and Hangzhou Suntiandy Group was successfully held in Hangzhou Suntiandy Theater. For the first time, the seating wagon was rotated 360°, presented the main characters as well as a piece of "spoiler."

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  • “X: The Land of Fantasy” by Cirque du Soleil (Updated)

    “X: The Land of Fantasy” by Cirque du Soleil (Updated)

    X: 绮幻之境 (The Land of Fantasy) to open August 10, 2019!

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  • Stratford Company Filming Documentary on Cirque in China

    Stratford Company Filming Documentary on Cirque in China

    In a world-first, Montreal’s Cirque du Soleil will open a resident show in China next summer, and Stratford’s Ballinran Entertainment will be tagging along for the ride. According to the production company’s founder, Craig Thompson, his team and that of Toronto’s White Pine Pictures are set to follow 50 acrobats — half of which are from China — as they prepare for Cirque du Soleil’s The Land of Fantasy, set to open next summer in the company’s first theatre built outside of North America, in the southern Chinese city of Hangzhou.

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  • Curtain to go up in May for “The Land of Fantasy”

    Curtain to go up in May for “The Land of Fantasy”

    The theater, in a renovated factory on the outskirt of the city, was built with an investment of 1.5 billion yuan ($220 million) by Hangzhou Xintiandi Group, a privately owned developer of tourism and cultural projects across China. This project is also the biggest investment so far by the company, which was founded in 2008 and has total assets of 30 billion yuan. It will also be the Canadian entertainment company's only resident show in Asia.

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