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Amaluna

Amaluna invites the audience to a mysterious island governed by Goddesses and guided by the cycles of the moon.

Their queen, Prospera, directs her daughter’s coming-of-age ceremony in a rite that honours femininity, renewal, rebirth and balance which marks the passing of these insights and values from one generation to the next.

In the wake of a storm caused by Prospera, a group of young men lands on the island, triggering an epic, emotional story of love between Prospera’s daughter and a brave young suitor. But theirs is a love that will be put to the test. The couple must face numerous demanding trials and overcome daunting setbacks before they can achieve mutual trust, faith and harmony.

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Amaluna - Criadores

  • Guy Laliberté

    Fundador e guia criativo

    Guy Laliberté nasceu na Cidade do Quebeque em 1959. Este acordeonista, equilibrista sobre andas e cuspidor de fogo fundou o primeiro circo do Quebeque com reconhecimento internacional com o apoio de um pequeno grupo de cúmplices. Um audacioso visionário, Guy Laliberté reconheceu e cultivou os talentos dos artistas de rua da Fête foraine de Baie-Saint-Paul e criou o Cirque du Soleil em 1984.

    Guy Laliberté foi o primeiro a orquestrar o matrimónio das disciplinas culturais, artísticas e acrobáticas - a marca distintiva do Cirque du Soleil. Desde 1984 que guia a equipa criativa na criação de cada espectáculo, tendo contribuído para elevar as artes circenses ao nível das grandes disciplinas artísticas.

    O Cirque du Soleil tornou-se numa organização internacional quer em termos da sua composição quer no que diz respeito ao alcance das suas actividades e influência. Actualmente, Guy Laliberté lidera uma organização com actividades em cinco continentes.

    Em Outubro de 2007, Guy Laliberté assumiu um segundo compromisso vitalício ao criar a Fundação ONE DROP, que se dedica a combater a pobreza em todo o mundo proporcionando o acesso sustentável a água potável.  Este novo sonho teve origem no reconhecimento da água como a chave para a sobrevivência dos indivíduos e das comunidades em todo o mundo e nos valores considerados fundamentais para o Cirque du Soleil desde o seu começo:  a crença que a vida retribui aquilo que damos, e que mesmo o mais pequeno gesto faz toda a diferença.

    Em Setembro de 2009, Guy Laliberté tornou-se no primeiro explorador espacial privado canadiano.  A sua missão dedica-se a sensibilizar as pessoas para os problemas de água que a humanidade enfrenta. Com o tema Moving Stars and Earth for Water, esta primeira missão social poética no espaço pretendia tocar as pessoas através de uma abordagem artística: um programa especial em formato webcast de 120 minutos com vários espectáculos artísticos a decorrer em 14 cidades de cinco continentes, incluindo a Estação Espacial Internacional.

    Principais prémios e distinções
    Em 2012, Guy Laliberté entrou para a Gaming Hall of Fame da Associação Americana de Jogos de Casino. Em 2011, foi aceite na Ordem do Canadian Business Hall of Fame. Em 2010, Guy recebeu a sua própria estrela no lendário Passeio da Fama em Hollywood. No mesmo ano, o governo do Quebeque prestou homenagem a Guy promovendo-o de Chevalier (uma distinção recebida seis anos antes) a Officier, como membro da Ordre de la Pléiade. A Université Laval (Quebeque) atribuiu um doutoramento honorário a Guy Laliberté em 2008. No ano anterior, Guy recebeu o prémio Entrepreneur of the Year da Ernst & Young para todos os três níveis: Quebeque, Canadá e Internacional. Em 2004, recebeu a Order of Canada, a mais elevada distinção do país, das mãos do Governador-geral do Canadá. No mesmo ano, a revista Time reconheceu-o como uma das 100 pessoas mais influentes do mundo. Em 2003, foi homenageado pelo grupo Condé Nast como parte do Never Follow Program, um tributo a criadores e inovadores. Em 2001, foi nomeado Great Montrealer pela Académie des Grands Montréalais. Em 1997, Guy Laliberté recebeu a Ordre National du Québec, a mais elevada distinção atribuída pelo governo do Quebeque.


    Outros prémios e distinções

    2009
    Prémio Lifetime Achievement, atribuído pela Canadian Marketing Association

    2002
    Aceite no Passeio da Fama canadiano

    1998
    Prémio Visionary, atribuído pelo American Craft Museum (actualmente, o Museum of Arts and Design de Nova Iorque)

    1996
    Prémio Vision nouvelle, recebido na 43ª Gala du Commerce (Quebeque)

    1988
    Personalidade do Ano, Gala Excellence La Presse (Quebeque)

    1988
    Empresário do Ano Year, revista Les Affaires (Quebeque)

     

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  • Gilles Ste-Croix

    Vice-presidente sênior - Conteúdo criativo

    Quando Gilles Ste-Croix revelou a seus pais que pretendia ingressar na indústria so entretenimento, eles disseram: "Tudo menos isso!" Criado numa zona rural do Quebeque, Ste-Croix estava determinado a não permanecer lá. Tornou-se hippie e nômade, vivendo em pequenas comunidades e fazendo a peregrinação obrigatória da década de 1960 à Costa Oeste, onde também freqüentou aulas de teatro.

    Ste-Croix tentou se conformar, até mesmo trabalhando no escritório de um arquiteto por algum tempo, mas sentia em seu coração que não havia nascido para seguir uma carreira convencional em uma empresa. Ao mesmo tempo, sua busca pela vocação não era tresloucada ou incerta. Segundo ele, desde a adolescência, sempre teve forte inclinação para o sucesso e um desejo igualmente forte em entreter. No entanto, seu ingresso na indústria do entretenimento ocorreu de forma extremamente incomum e imprevisível.

    No final da década de 1970, Gilles Ste-Croix morava em uma pequena comunidade de Victoriaville, Quebeque, apanhando maçãs para ganhar a vida. Certo dia, ele pensou que seu trabalho seria muito mais fácil se pudesse prender uma escada nas pernas — e criou seu primeiro conjunto de pernas-de- pau.

    Um amigo, por acaso, mencionou que o Bread and Puppet Theater passava pela cidade vizinha de Vermont, e grande parte de seus números baseava-se em andar sobre pernas-de-pau. Ste-Croix foi conhecer a companhia e descobriu que seus talentos como apanhador de maçãs poderiam, na verdade, ter muito mais serventia no mundo do entretenimento.

    Em 1980, Gilles Ste-Croix e um grupo de artistas de rua fundaram a trupe Échassiers de Baie-Saint-Paul e organizaram um festival de apresentações de rua chamado Fête foraine de Baie-Saint-Paul, que mais tarde levaria à fundação do Cirque du Soleil, com Guy Laliberté, em 1984.

    Em 1984 e 1985, Gilles Ste-Croix criou e atuou em muitos números com pernas-de-pau para o Cirque du Soleil. Em 1988, tornou-se Diretor Artístico do Cirque, além de coordenar o recrutamento de talentos, que se espalhou pelos quatro cantos do planeta. Ele foi Diretor de Criação em todas as produções do Cirque du Soleil de 1990 a 2000: Nouvelle Expérience, Saltimbanco, Alegría, Mystère, Quidam, La Nouba, "O" e Dralion. Em 1992, dirigiu Fascination, o primeiro espetáculo do Cirque du Soleil apresentado em arenas no Japão. Ele dirigiu também o inovador espetáculo de 1997 em forma de cabaré/jantar musical, Pomp Duck and Circumstance, na Alemanha.

    Em 2000, paralelamente às suas funções como consultor do Cirque du Soleil, Gilles Ste-Croix decidiu realizar um de seus maiores sonhos: Motivado por seu ardente interesse em cavalos, ele fundou sua própria companhia para produzir, em 2003, o espetáculo Cheval-Théâtre, apresentando 30 cavalos e um número equivalente de artistas acrobatas sob a lona, excursionando por dez cidades na América do Norte.

    Em dezembro de 2002, Gilles St-Croix retornou ao Cirque du Soleil e, desde então, é vice-presidente de criação e de desenvolvimento de novos projetos. Em julho de 2006, ele foi nomeado vice-presidente sênior do conteúdo criativo da empresa.

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  • Fernand Rainville

    Director of Creation

    A prolific actor and director, Fernand Rainville has been active on the Quebec cultural scene for over 25 years. He made his mark in the theatre world by directing over a hundred creative and repertory theatre plays, both contemporary and classical, as well as large-scale variety shows such as the bilingual production of Les Misérables (1990-1991), Légendes fantastiques (which ran from 1998 to 2007 and earned him the Quebec Tourism Prize) and Saka,an equestrian show performed under a big top between 2007 and 2009. In television, Fernand has worked as Artistic Director for the show Le plaisir croît avec l’usage, which aired on Télé-Québec between 2001 and 2003. He was also responsible for the artistic direction of the opening ceremonies of the Outgames at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium in 2006. Fernand has been working with Cirque du Soleil on a regular basis since 2005. He was co-director for the opening ceremony of the Montreal 2005 – XI FINA World Championships, Director of the Cirque du Soleil pre-game show at the 2007 Miami Superbowl, as well as Director of Creation and Director of Wintuk, a show that ran seasonally for four years at Madison Square Garden's WaMu Theatre in New York. For ONE DROP, Fernand directed the multimedia experience AQUA and, during Guy Laliberté’s journey into space in 2009, he assumed the role of Content Producer and Artistic Director for the Poetic Social Mission event, a show on water-related issues that was broadcast on television and the Internet.

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  • Diane Paulus

    Director

    Diane Paulus is the Artistic Director of the A.R.T. (American Repertory Theatre). Her recent work with A.R.T. includes The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, a new production adapted by Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, and OBIE-winning composer Diedre Murray, playing on Broadway; Prometheus Bound, a new musical inspired by Aeschylus's ancient Greek tragedy, written by Tony and Grammy Award-winner Steven Sater (Spring Awakening) with music composed by Grammy Award-winning System of a Down lead singer Serj Tankian; Death and The Powers: The Robots’ Opera, a new opera by Tod Machover in collaboration with MIT Media Lab, which world premiered at l’Opéra de Monte-Carlo; The Donkey Show, a disco adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which ran for six years Off-Broadway and toured internationally; Best of Both Worlds, and Johnny Baseball. Diane’s other recent theatre credits include the Public Theatre's of HAIR (Tony-Award winning for best revival) on Broadway and London’s West End.  She has also directed Kiss Me, Kate (Glimmerglass Opera) and Lost Highway (ENO co-production with the Young Vic) and, as an opera director, The Magic Flute (Canadian Opera Company), Il mondo della luna at the Hayden Planetarium in New York, Don Giovanni, Le nozze di Figaro, Turn Of The Screw, Cosi fan tutte, and the Monteverdi trilogy Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria, L’incoronazione di Poppea, and Orfeo at the Chicago Opera Theatre.  Diane is a Professor of the Practice of Theatre in Harvard University’s English Department and was recently named one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Boston by Boston Magazine. She is a recipient of an Honorary Doctorate from Boston Conservatory. This is Diane Paulus’ first collaboration with Cirque du Soleil.

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  • Scott Pask

    Scénographe et concepteur des accessoires

    Scénographe primé, Scott Pask a participé à diverses productions présentées tant à Broadway qu’à Londres. Parmi les œuvres théâtrales, d’opéra et de danse auxquelles il a collaboré se trouvent The Pillowman, avec Billy Crudup et Jeff Goldblum(prix Tony pour la meilleure scénographie); A Behanding in Spokane, mettant en vedette Christopher Walken et A Steady Rain, avec Daniel Craig et Hugh Jackman. Collaborateur de longue date de Diane Paulus, Scott a travaillé avec cette dernière à de nombreux projets, dont  la remise en scène primée de HAIR à Broadway et à Londres, et The Donkey Show, à Londres. Parmi les nombreuses scénographies à son crédit pour des spectacles de Broadway figurent également Promises Promises, Pal Joey, Speed The Plow, Les liaisons dangereuses, The Vertical Hour, Urinetown, Take Me Out, NINE avec Antonio Banderas, La cage aux folles et The Coast of Utopia, des productions pour lesquelles il s’est mérité des prix Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle et Hewes pour la meilleure scénographie. Tout récemment, il a conçu la scénographie de la comédie musicale à succès The Book Of Mormon, pour laquelle il a remporté l’un des neufs prix Tony décernés pour cette production. Il a également imaginé la scénographie de Peter Grimes au Metropolitan Opera. Son travail a été exposé à la Quadriennale de Prague, au Bruce Museum of Science and Art, à The Leslie Lohman Gallery, à The Met Gallery et fait partie de la collection permanente du McNay Art Museum. Scott Pask collabore avec le Cirque du Soleil pour la première fois.

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  • Mérédith Caron

    Conceptrice des costumes

    Au Québec comme à l’étranger, Mérédith Caron a imprimé sa marque au théâtre, au cinéma,  à l'opéra et au cirque. Avec plus de 175 collaborations à son actif, Mérédith est l’une des figures de proue du domaine de la création de costumes au Canada. Elle a travaillé auprès de metteurs en scène émérites, dont Pierre Bernard, Serge Denoncourt, Robert Lepage, Martine Beaulne, René Richard Cyr, André Brassard, Daniele Finzi Pasca et Richard Monette au prestigieux Stratford Festival, en Ontario. Au fil de ses collaborations, Mérédith Caron accumule les prix et les distinctions au Québec, dont un Gémeau, sept Gascon-Roux et deux Masques. Depuis près de 20 ans, elle enseigne l’histoire de l’art et la conception de costumes à l’École nationale de théâtre du Canada à Montréal. En 1988, elle collabore pour la première fois avec le Cirque du Soleil en dessinant des costumes dans le cadre d’un projet en développement. Après CRISS ANGEL Believe, Mérédith participe pour la troisième fois à un projet du Cirque du Soleil.

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  • Bob & Bill

    Composers and Musical Directors

    Composers and arrangers Guy Dubuc and Marc Lessard (aka Bob & Bill) are well known for their ability to blur the lines between genres and styles. In 2003, they composed the music for Splinter Cell (Pandora Tomorrow), a best-selling Ubisoft video game. They have also produced several albums, including Monica Freire’s Bahiatronica and Pink Floyd Redux, a collection of remixed songs from the British cult band, as well as the soundtrack album for the Cirque du Soleil show KOOZA. In 2004, Bob & Bill supplied the musical direction and arrangements for the Cirque du Soleil show Midnight Sun, as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations of the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the 20th anniversary of Cirque du Soleil. Three-time nominees for a Quebec music industry ADISQ award, the two sidekicks also created the music for several films and television series, and composed the music for Director Robert Lepage’s production Pageant de Canotgraphie. In 2008, the duo launched their first album, Crime Report, a work combining electronic and organic sounds.Bob & Bill worked many times with Cirque du Soleil to create the musical arrangements for several special events. Since 2009, they also acts as composers for Cirque du Soleil. They composed the music for TOTEM (2010), directed by Robert Lepage and Amaluna (2012), directed by Diane Paulus. Bob & Bill also wrote the music for the third and fifth chapters of Les Chemins Invisibles (2011 and 2013), a free outdoor show presented during the summer in Quebec City. KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities is their fifth show as composers for Cirque du Soleil.

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  • Jacques Boucher

    Concepteur sonore

    Depuis plus de vingt-cinq ans, Jacques Boucher conçoit les environnements sonores pour une multitude de productions du Québec et d’ailleurs. Sonorisateur pour différents artistes québécois dont Richard Séguin, Laurence Jalbert, Diane Dufresne et Bruno Pelletier, l’expertise de Jacques Boucher a été mise au service de comédies musicales telles que Dracula (2006) et de grands événements, dont le méga spectacle 2000 voix chantent le monde, présenté à Québec en 2000, avec plus de 2 300 choristes sur scène. En 2008, Jacques est invité à mettre la main à la presque totalité des événements de la Société du 400e anniversaire de la ville de Québec en tant que concepteur et chef sonorisateur : il participe à la Symphonie des mille de Gustav Mahler avec l’Orchestre symphonique de Québec, au spectacle Le Moulin à images de Robert Lepage, dont il conçoit l’imposant système de diffusion sonore s’étalant sur 1,2 km et  à l’événement-spectacle présenté par le Cirque du Soleil. Jacques Boucher travaille également à titre de concepteur sonore et de chef sonorisateur pour des événements spéciaux du Cirque du Soleil. Après TOTEM, il collaborera pour une deuxième fois à un spectacle du Cirque du Soleil.

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  • Matthieu Larivée

    Lighting Designer

    Matthieu Larivée came up with the ingenious lighting designs for several shows and artistic events in Quebec and throughout Canada. His multidimensional approach and overall vision of the show has allowed him to participate in large-scale projects such as the show Le Petit Roy, directed by Serge Postigo, and Beladi - A night at the Pyramids, a unique show featuring singer Chantal Chamandy and the Cairo Symphony Orchestra, performed in front of the Egyptian pyramids, which allowed Matthieu to emphasize the beauty of such majestic monuments. This international project earned him the MELDA (Middle East Lighting Design Awards) Award in 2007 and recognition from his peers at the 2008 Parnelli Awards in Las Vegas. At the 2010 Gala de l'ADISQ, Matthieu was nominated as “Lighting Designer of the Year” for MusicMan, starring Gregory Charles, and again in 2011 for Roch Voisine’s Americana. Matthieu never hesitates to push the boundaries of his art, incorporating video technology and scenic effects into his projects. For over ten years now, Matthieu Larivée and his Lüz Studio team have been responsible for the visual look of numerous concerts and events, including Canadian Music Week (2010 and 2011), Guy Laliberté’s Poetic Social Mission (an event that took place in 2009 during his eleven-day journey into space on board the International Space Station), the Concerts OSM éclatés, as well as the graphic design for the opening night of the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix in 2010. Matthieu has also worked with famous artists such as pianist Michel Legrand and singer Natasha St-Pier. Amaluna marks Matthieu's second time taking part in a Cirque du Soleil show after Wintuk.

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  • Karole Armitage

    Choreographer

    Karole Armitage, director of Armitage Gone! Dance Company based in New York, was rigorously trained in classical ballet. Through her unique and acute knowledge of the aesthetic values of Balanchine and Cunningham, she is seen by some critics as the true choreographic heir to the two masters of twentieth-century American dance. Known as the "Punk Ballerina," Armitage is renowned for pushing the boundaries to create works that blend dance, music and art. Following the premiere of the Watteau Duets, Mikhail Baryshnikov invited her to create a work for the American Ballet Theatre, and Rudolph Nureyev commissioned a work for the Paris Opera Ballet. She has collaborated with contemporary composers and worked with artists such as Jeff Koons, Brice Marden and David Salle. She choreographed two Broadway productions (Passing Strange and Hair, which awarded her a Tony nomination), videos for Madonna and Michael Jackson and several  films. She has set new works on companies that include the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow, Les Ballets de Monte Carlo,  Ballet Naccional de Cuba and  Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. Her company tours an extensive repertoire and creates site-specific works for festivals and venues worldwide. She has directed operas from the baroque and contemporary repertoire for prestigious houses of Europe, including Teatro Di San Carlo in Naples, Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, the Lyric Opera in Athens and Het Muzik Theatre in Amsterdam. She also choreographed The Cunning Little Vixen for the New York Philharmonic. Armitage was awarded France's most prestigious award in 2009, Commandeur de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. This is her first collaboration with Cirque du Soleil.

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  • Rob Bollinger

    Acrobatic Performance Designer

    Rob Bollinger was a competitive trampolinist at the age of 9 and partnered with his father on the invention of the double mini trampoline as his family owned a trampoline club in Illinois, where he grew up. He studied Business at Indiana University on a scholarship as a competitive springboard diver. He won two Big Ten and two NCAA national diving championships and qualified for the 1980 and 1984 Olympics trials. He did not make the team on either occasion, and at first turned away from the world of competitive sports. After a brief period working in aeronautics and insurance, Rob found the pull of acrobatics too strong to resist, so he went to work in diving shows in theme parks, which led him around the world. On his return to the United States he put his talents as a diver and trampolinist to work in film and television as a professional stunt man, notably for Universal Studios. Rob joined Cirque du Soleil in 1993 during the creation of the first resident show Mystère as a coach and artist in the show’s original house troupe. In 1997 he joined "O", first as a coach, then as artistic coordinator and eventually he was appointed the production’s artistic director. He also added the artistic direction of Mystère to his responsibilities. Michael Jackson ONE is Rob’s third show as Acrobatic Designer after ZAIA and Amaluna.

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  • Fred Gérard

    Acrobatic Equipment and Rigging Designer

    In 1984, after some eye-opening encounters at Zingaro Circus (France), Fred left a career drilling for oil to tap into circus arts. Among the first to graduate from the National Centre for Circus Arts in Châlons-sur-Marne (France) as a flying trapeze porter, Fred was approached to become a trapeze artist in the Cirque du Soleil show Nouvelle Expérience. Forced to leave the stage following an injury, he became assistant to the show’s director and artistic director. He went on to assume the role of Tour Artistic Coordinator. After a short stint in Europe, he returned to Cirque du Soleil, taking his first steps in acrobatic equipment design for the shows Alegría and Mystère. Working as Head Rigger and training circus technicians at Cirque du Soleil International Headquarters in Montreal, he then took up these duties on several touring shows between 1997 and 2006. With the help of his circus friends, Fred co-founded the Nickel Chrome group in Martigues in the South of France. As a member of this organization, which supports circus projects, he acts as Tent Master/Head Rigger, Artistic Director, Designer or Trainer for circus projects and companies all over the world. Working with Nickel Chrome and Théâtre Europe, he was also involved in the creation and development of the Janvier dans les Étoiles festival in La Seyne-sur-Mer, France. This is the second time Fred Gérard has worked on a Cirque du Soleil show as Acrobatic Equipment and Rigging Designer, after OVO.

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  • Patricia Ruel

    Props Designer

    Patricia Ruel has contributed to the success of a myriad of plays, television shows and special events, both in Quebec and abroad. Her track record includes over 50 productions as Props Designer and a dozen as Set Designer. Patricia has received two Théâtre Denise-Pelletier awards for her sets for Révizor, directed by Reynald Robinson, in 2003, and Edmond Dantès, directed by Robert Bellefeuille, in 2004. In 2011, she received a Gémeau award in the “Best Set Design: all variety categories, magazines, public affairs, sports” category for the end-of-year special Bye Bye 2010, aired on SRC. She has worked with various theatre directors, including Robert Lepage, Dominic Champagne and Fernand Rainville. She has also worked on several projects for Cirque du Soleil, including KÀ, The Beatles LOVE and Viva ELVIS as Props Designer and Wintuk and Banana Shpeel as Set Designer.

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  • Eleni Uranis

    Makeup Designer

    Eleni Uranis joined Cirque du Soleil in 1989 as Assistant to Costume Designer Dominique Lemieux. She then worked on various shows, where she was responsible for materials research, fittings and artistic quality control. She then designed costumes for the show Pomp Duck and Circumstance, performed in Hamburg (Germany) from 1997 to 1999. In 2002, she worked alongside world-renowned designer Thierry Mugler to design the costumes for Zumanity. In 2004, Eleni Uranis’ career took a sharp turn when she joined the Cirque du Soleil make-up workshop, where she would see her ideas brought to life by the artists of Dralion. Between 2004 and 2006, Eleni Uranis assisted Make-up Designer Nathalie Gagné with several shows and, in 2005, she designed the make-up for Reflections in Blue, the show Cirque produced for the opening ceremonies of the XI FINA World Aquatic Championships. With Amaluna, Eleni is designing the make-up for her sixth Cirque du Soleil production after Dralion, Wintuk, ZED, Banana Shpeel and Zarkana.

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Guest Creators

  • Randy Weiner

    Dramaturge
  • Debra Brown

    Acrobatic Choreographer
  • Caitlan Maggs

    Acrobatic Choreographer
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  • Rigolo Swiss Nouveau Cirque

    "Sanddornbalance" Act