History Creator / CirqueDuSoleil

27th Aug '16 7:40:57 AM Cantido
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* ClockPunk: ''KURIOS.''



* SteamPunk: ''KURIOS.''
26th Aug '16 8:50:57 PM Cantido
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* SteamPunk: ''KURIOS.''
2nd Nov '15 2:09:39 AM Euodiachloris
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* CommediaDellArte/ {{Pantomime}}: The Commedia (and the related Harlequinade) essentially form the beating heart of their entire ethos. You don't have to scratch their stories, scenarios or characters too hard to find a very familiar set of patterns and themes.

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* CommediaDellArte/ {{Pantomime}}: The legacy of the Commedia (and the related Harlequinade) essentially form the beating heart of their entire ethos. You don't have to scratch their stories, scenarios or characters too hard to find a very familiar set of patterns and themes.
2nd Nov '15 1:54:17 AM Euodiachloris
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* CommediaDellArte/ {{Pantomime}}: The Commedia (and the related Harlequinade) essentially form the beating heart of their entire ethos. You don't have to scratch their stories, scenarios or characters too hard to find a very familiar set of patterns and themes.
24th Oct '15 11:00:44 AM nombretomado
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** In 2008, the cast of ''Theatre/TheBeatlesLOVE'' teamed up with the cast of ''Film/AcrossTheUniverse'' for the Grammys' tribute to Music/TheBeatles and/or JohnLennon.

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** In 2008, the cast of ''Theatre/TheBeatlesLOVE'' teamed up with the cast of ''Film/AcrossTheUniverse'' for the Grammys' tribute to Music/TheBeatles and/or JohnLennon.Music/JohnLennon.
17th Jun '15 11:17:26 PM Sapphirea2
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Cirque has made a variety of film and TV productions. Up through ''Kooza'', most were filmed performances of the touring shows, but original efforts derived from the shows and behind-the-scenes documentaries have come to dominate their output in TheNewTens (with no post-''Kooza'' show having been filmed as yet). Several behind-the-scenes books have also been published, such as the 20th anniversary marker ''20 Years Under the Sun'', which helped flesh out this entry.

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Cirque has made a variety of film and TV productions. Up through ''Kooza'', For years, most were filmed performances of the touring shows, but original efforts derived from the shows and behind-the-scenes documentaries have come to dominate their output in TheNewTens (with no post-''Kooza'' (''Amaluna'' was the last show having been filmed as yet).to be filmed). Several behind-the-scenes books have also been published, such as the 20th anniversary marker ''20 Years Under the Sun'', which helped flesh out this entry.
13th Jun '15 11:24:04 AM Sapphirea2
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* LongRunners: ''Mystere'', ''Alegria'', ''Quidam'', ''"O"'', ''La Nouba'', ''Dralion'', ''Varekai'', and ''Zumanity'' have passed the 10-year mark; ''Saltimbanco'' performed off-and-on (mostly on) for a little over 20 years.

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* LongRunners: ''Mystere'', ''Alegria'', ''Quidam'', ''"O"'', ''La Nouba'', ''Dralion'', ''Varekai'', ''Zumanity'', ''KA'', and ''Zumanity'' have ''Corteo'' passed the 10-year mark; ''Saltimbanco'' performed off-and-on (mostly on) for a little over 20 years. ''Mystere'' has been running nonstop since 1993; if it closes in 2016, when its current contract with its host hotel expires, it will have managed 22 years.
13th Jun '15 11:20:50 AM Sapphirea2
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** On the other hand, from day to day this trope is averted -- despite the general consensus that the circus will go on stage no matter what the circumstances, Cirque stops its shows if there is an accident involving technology or their personnel. After the fatal fall suffered by a ''Theatre/{{KA}}'' performer on June 29, 2013, not only was the show stopped, but all performances of it were cancelled for several weeks before reopening with the disastrous act in question excised. However, the scene was later readded, albeit with all the performers projected on the wall.

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** On the other hand, from day to day this trope is averted -- despite the general consensus that the circus will go on stage no matter what the circumstances, Cirque stops its shows if there is an accident involving technology or their personnel. After the fatal fall suffered by a ''Theatre/{{KA}}'' performer on June 29, 2013, not only was the show stopped, but all performances of it were cancelled for several weeks before reopening with the disastrous act in question excised. However, the The scene was later readded, albeit with all the performers projected ''projected'' on the wall.wall, until the end of 2014 when it was formally restored to its original staging.
13th Jun '15 11:17:13 AM Sapphirea2
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Cirque has made a variety of film and TV productions. Most are filmed performances of the touring shows, but there have been original efforts derived from the shows and many behind-the-scenes documentaries. There's been a concert tour adapting the music of the shows and several books including the 20th anniversary marker ''20 Years Under the Sun'', which helped flesh out this entry.

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Cirque has made a variety of film and TV productions. Most are Up through ''Kooza'', most were filmed performances of the touring shows, but there have been original efforts derived from the shows and many behind-the-scenes documentaries. There's documentaries have come to dominate their output in TheNewTens (with no post-''Kooza'' show having been a concert tour adapting the music of the shows and several filmed as yet). Several behind-the-scenes books including have also been published, such as the 20th anniversary marker ''20 Years Under the Sun'', which helped flesh out this entry.
30th May '15 2:06:35 PM rjung
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More tours followed with increasingly ambitious themes, visual concepts, acts, and music (most of the shows have original scores) as more performers joined from other countries. 1992's ''Theatre/{{Saltimbanco}}'' is generally regarded as the first "modern" Cirque show. The following year, casino mogul Steve Wynn had a theatre custom-built at his new Treasure Island hotel-casino in Las Vegas for Cirque, which became home to the troupe ''Theatre/{{Mystere}}''. The company's growth and development progressed to the point that, in TheNewTens, the number of troupes performing somewhere in the world at any given time is in the double digits. Each one is unique, changing acts and performers over time but sticking to an individual thematic/artistic core.

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More tours followed with increasingly ambitious themes, visual concepts, acts, and music (most of the shows have original scores) as more performers joined from other countries. 1992's ''Theatre/{{Saltimbanco}}'' is generally regarded as the first "modern" Cirque show. The following year, casino mogul Steve Wynn had a theatre custom-built at his new Treasure Island hotel-casino in Las Vegas UsefulNotes/LasVegas for Cirque, which became home to the troupe ''Theatre/{{Mystere}}''. The company's growth and development progressed to the point that, in TheNewTens, the number of troupes performing somewhere in the world at any given time is in the double digits. Each one is unique, changing acts and performers over time but sticking to an individual thematic/artistic core.
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