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Corteo

「 コルテオ 」 はイタリア語で " 行列 " を意味し、 道化師 の 想像 の世界での 楽しい お 祭り の パレードです 。アクターの情熱とアクロバットの優雅さ と 力を 合わせもつこのショーは、 天と地の間の不思議な空間 生まれる 、楽しくコミカルでのびのびとした 世界に観客を誘います。

優しい天使に そっと 見つめられながら 、 道化師は カーニバルのような雰囲気の中で行われる自分自身の葬式を描きます。大きいものと小さいもの、滑稽さと悲劇、 完璧な魔法と 不完全なものの 魅力が重なり合い、ショーは道化師の強さと弱さと同時に知恵と優しさにも焦点をあて、私たちの中にある人間的な部分を 描 き出し ます 。 交互に奏でられる 抒情 的な音楽と 陽気 な音楽 が、 幻想が現実をからかう かのような、 時を超えた 祭典「コルテオ」を際立たせています 。

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Corteo - Set Design

The set and decor of Corteo plunge the audience into a lyrical world, a strange area between heaven and earth.

The Stage

Set Designer Jean Rabasse has divided the Grand Chapiteau and its rotating stage in two, with each half of the audience facing the other half, so they see not only the performance, but also have a performer’s eye view of the audience. This is a first for Cirque du Soleil.

  • There are two turntables built into the stage, which is about 31.6 m long, and the track is almost 12.5 m long.
  • More than 9,000 images were used in the research and development phase of the set design to blend many visual styles and influences, from the baroque to the modern.

The Patience

The Patience is a massive arched technical structure made of steel which dominates the interior of the Grand Chapiteau. It is one of the most complex set elements in the show and is used to transport various scenic elements and pieces of acrobatic equipment on and off stage from above.

  • The Patience has two rails that traverse the Grand Chapiteau.
  • Each rail is fitted with four platform-like carts to carry the scenic and acrobatic elements.
  • The eight carts have a lifting capacity of 450 kg and a top speed of 1.2 m per second.
  • The Patience is 12.5 m above the stage at its highest point. It is entirely self-supporting and could be set up anywhere.

The Curtains

It was a visit to the exhibition “The Great Parade: Portrait of the Artist as a Clown” at the National Gallery of Canada that inspired Jean Rabasse to paint the Corteo Procession on the curtains. His design was influenced by the work of such painters as Willette, Picasso, Tiepolo, Pelez and Knight.

  • The inspiration for the show’s curtains was an 1885 painting by Parisian artist Adolphe Willette.
  • The two enormous baroque-style “Roll Drop” curtains (17.6 m wide and almost 12 m high), and the four sideways- opening Italian-style curtains are among the most striking scenic elements in the show. They were sewn in Canada and sent to France to be painted.
  • It took more than two weeks to paint each of the central curtains with watercolours.
  • The central curtains are attached to huge supports which contain winding motors to roll them.

The Labyrinth

In the centre of the circular stage is a labyrinth which precisely reproduces the proportions and size of the classic design on the aisle floor in Chartres Cathedral.

  • The labyrinth incorporates a 20 cm Moebius strip painted at its centre as a symbol of infinity and continuity.