History Theatre / Saltimbanco

11th Apr '16 1:11:53 PM Berrenta
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* ActingForTwo: Among the major characters, Eddie and the Baron are played by the same actor.



* DreamsOfFlying: The music from the bungee flight scene is actually titled "Il Sogno di Volare (The Dream of Flying)".



* WalkingShirtlessScene: The hand to hand duo.

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: The hand to hand duo.
20th Jun '15 5:29:34 AM Kakai
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17th Nov '13 8:03:35 AM Sapphirea2
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* GeorgeLucasAlteredRelease: Because the orchestrations were updated over the years, the 1992 soundtrack album was given this treatment in 2005. Along with adding two songs that hadn't appeared on the original album, all the songs either had re-recorded portions (the solo guitar part on "Kumbalawe", for example, was dropped) or were new recordings.

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* GeorgeLucasAlteredRelease: GeorgeLucasAlteredVersion: Because the orchestrations were updated over the years, the 1992 soundtrack album was given this treatment in 2005. Along with adding two songs that hadn't appeared on the original album, all the songs either had re-recorded portions (the solo guitar part on "Kumbalawe", for example, was dropped) or were new recordings.
17th Nov '13 8:03:11 AM Sapphirea2
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* GeorgeLucasAlteredRelease: Because the orchestrations were updated over the years, the 1992 soundtrack album was given this treatment in 2005. Along with adding two songs that hadn't appeared on the original album, all the songs either had re-recorded portions (the solo guitar part on "Kumbalawe", for example, was dropped) or were new recordings.
23rd Jun '13 10:40:10 AM Sapphirea2
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Because this show and ''{{Mystere}}'' (which opened at the end of 1993) significantly overlapped in their development stages and creative teams, and the company was much smaller then, several acrobatic disciplines appear in both shows -- Chinese poles, hand to hand, and bungee trapeze. However, the two shows have significantly different moods and themes; ''Mystere'' can be seen as a moon to ''Saltimbanco'''s sun.

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Because this show and ''{{Mystere}}'' ''Theatre/{{Mystere}}'' (which opened at the end of 1993) significantly overlapped in their development stages and creative teams, and the company was much smaller then, several acrobatic disciplines appear in both shows -- Chinese poles, hand to hand, and bungee trapeze. However, the two shows have significantly different moods and themes; ''Mystere'' can be seen as a moon to ''Saltimbanco'''s sun.
5th Jun '13 12:33:20 PM Sapphirea2
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* NoAntagonist: Which makes sense, given the show's sunshiny intent.
3rd Jun '13 4:04:08 PM Sapphirea2
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* NoAntagonist: Which makes sense, given the show's sunshiny intent.
15th May '13 10:13:41 AM Sapphirea2
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* HeavyMetalUmlaut: Subverted with the song "Pokinoï". This is a legitimate use of the symbol, but it's a diaeresis for French: it shows that it's pronounced with an "oy" rather than a "wa".
14th May '13 9:41:52 AM Sapphirea2
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* RewrittenPopVersion and RearrangeTheSong: In ''{{Delirium}}'', "Pokinoi" became "One Love" and "Kumbalawe" became "Kumba" (the latter, unlike most of the songs in that show, was still in Simlish).

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* RewrittenPopVersion and RearrangeTheSong: In ''{{Delirium}}'', ''Theatre/{{Delirium}}'', "Pokinoi" became "One Love" and "Kumbalawe" became "Kumba" (the latter, unlike most of the songs in that show, was still in Simlish).
10th May '13 10:42:30 AM Sapphirea2
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Cirque du Soleil's fifth production toured the world from 1992-2012. The plot is a celebration of urbanity; the title is Italian for the phrase "to jump on a bench" and can also refer to a street performer. The characters, who live in "the city", are divided into three groups -- the Multicolored Worms that show up early on for the Chinese Poles act, representing primitive lifeforms; the Masked Worms, people forever clad in face-concealing white masks, afraid to show their individuality and serving as observers in Act One; and the Baroques, life-loving, good-natured rowdies who represent what the Urban Worms can evolve into and are the only characters seen in Act Two.

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Cirque du Soleil's Creator/CirqueDuSoleil's fifth production toured the world from 1992-2012. The plot is a celebration of urbanity; the title is Italian for the phrase "to jump on a bench" and can also refer to a street performer. The characters, who live in "the city", are divided into three groups -- the Multicolored Worms that show up early on for the Chinese Poles act, representing primitive lifeforms; the Masked Worms, people forever clad in face-concealing white masks, afraid to show their individuality and serving as observers in Act One; and the Baroques, life-loving, good-natured rowdies who represent what the Urban Worms can evolve into and are the only characters seen in Act Two.
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