Cirque du Soleil

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Cirque du Soleil ofrece dosieres de prensa de sus distintos espectáculos e información sobre la empresa.


OVO es una inmersión en un colorido ecosistema repleto de vida en el que los insectos trabajan, comen, reptan, revolotean, juegan, luchan y buscan el amor en un constante remolino de energía y movimiento. El hábitat de los insectos es un mundo de biodiversidad y belleza repleto de acciones ruidosas y momentos de silenciosa emoción.

Cuando un huevo aparece misteriosamente en su mundo, los insectos se inquietan pero, al mismo tiempo, sienten una intensa curiosidad: se trata de un icono que representa el misterio y el ciclo de la vida.

Todos se prendan de este insecto patoso y extraño que ha irrumpido en su vibrante comunidad y sobre todo una mariquita, en quien también se fija el singular forastero.

OVO rebosa contrastes. El oculto y secreto mundo que se encuentra bajo nuestros pies se deja ver como delicado y apasionado, ruidoso y tranquilo, apacible y caótico. Y cuando sale el sol, el agitado ciclo de la vida del insecto empieza de nuevo.


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OVO - Números

  • Acrosport

    Combining elements of dance, acrobatics, athleticism and sheer agility, five yellow and-red fleas fling themselves through the air and come together in graceful, perfectly balanced sculptural formations.

  • Hormigas

    The hardest working insects in the community are the bright red Ants. As soon as they’re awake they spend their day gathering food: On the menu today – kiwis and corn. But it’s not all work. They play with their food, too – with their feet – in an astonishing display of precision juggling that climaxes with ants juggling ants.

  • Criatura

    Part Slinky, part insect, the Creatura dances to a tune that is all his own. He’s a bendy, twisty knot of stretchy limbs in constant motion.

  • Diabolos

    In a mix of high-speed diabolo and seemingly impossible juggling a firefly sends one, two, three and finally an astonishing four spinning spools arcing very high in the Grand Chapiteau and back to earth in perfect coordination.

  • Flying Act

    In a stunning aerial act, a group of scarabs soar high above the stage, from both edges to the middle landing on a platform. This breathtaking act combines many circus disciplines: banquine, Russian swing and swinging chair.

  • Rocío (parada de mano)

    A Dragonfly performs a graceful balancing act in and out of the slender stalks and twisting tendrils of an elegant plant. It takes extraordinary control and strength to transfer his weight from one hand to the other as he maintains equilibrium upside down on top of the foliage.

  • Mariposas (número de cuerda)

    Combining hand-to-hand, ballet, contortion and an aerial flying act, this pair of Butterflies performs a pas de deux on a rope that allows them to swoop and land, leap and fly in perfect unison.

  • Alambre flojo

    In a tour-de-force performance a spider defies gravity and physics in a succession of seemingly impossible feats of strength and balance as he traverses a wire that appears to give him no support. At one point he hangs at a 45-degree angle over the ground, some 15 feet below, and he tops that with an upside-down unicycle act. And the wire is in almost-constant motion up and down, adding to the degree of difficulty.

  • Pared

    This act features some 20 artists running, jumping, and walking across – and straight up – an 8m vertical wall without artificial support. Power track and trampolines give them the speed, lift and momentum to take flight. Their athletic ability, physical strength and team coordination take care of the rest.