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Dralion

Aliando uma tradição de 3 mil anos das artes acrobáticas chinesas ao conceito multidisciplinar do Cirque du Soleil, Dralion inspira-se na filosofia oriental e em sua infindável busca pela harmonia entre a natureza e os seres humanos. O nome do espetáculo é derivado de suas duas criaturas emblemáticas: o dragão, que representa o Oriente, e o leão, que representa o Ocidente.

Em Dralion, os quatro elementos que regem a ordem natural assumem forma humana. Embora seja personificado, cada elemento é representado por sua própria cor de referência: o ar é azul; a água é verde; o fogo é vermelho; a terra é ocre. No mundo de Dralion, as culturas se misturam, Homem e Natureza tornam-se um ser único, e assim se atinge o equilíbrio.

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Dralion - Atos

  • Aerial Hoop - Hibana

    An awe-inspiring creation of strength and agility, this exotic aerial ballet captures the passion and energy of its signature element, "fire". Suspended from a hoop high above the stage, the artist presents an evocative choreography in which the hoop and body become one in a dance of acrobatic precision.

  • Aerial Pas de Deux

    Pas de deux is a languorous aerial dance. A couple, intertwined, flies over the stage in a long band of blue cloth. Within the cloth, they perform various acrobatic figures that demand great feats of strength and flexibility.

    Photo by Joshua Mowczko © Cirque du Soleil & Costumes by François Barbeau

  • Bamboo poles

    In Bamboo Poles, six men balance long decorative poles symbolizing fire. A traditional act of the Chinese acrobatic arts, the performers keep the poles 'in flight' overhead while performing acrobatic feats on the ground.

  • Crossed wheel

    Kala is the heart of the wheel that represents time and the infinite cycle. He is the internal propulsion of the wheel that makes time evolve. It is the ongoing circle of life.

  • Diabolo (act in rotation)

    The diabolo, or Chinese yo-yo, is a children's game which involves holding two sticks linked by a string while sliding, juggling and tossing a wooden spool. With increasingly difficult maneuvers, the artists attempt to outdo each other in dexterity and ingenuity.

  • Dralions

    A blend of traditional Chinese dragon and lion dances takes on new scope when reimagined by Cirque du Soleil. In a dynamic and energetic tumbling sequence, the artists perform acrobatic moves while balancing on large wooden balls as the dralion characters surround them with a spirited dance.

  • Hoop Diving

    Derived from Chinese acrobatic tradition, the Hoop Diving act takes on a tribal flavor from the African-influenced music to which it is performed. Ten male artists dive and throw themselves like arrows through small wooden hoops. The hoops are stacked on top of each other; some are stationary while others rotate.

  • Juggling

    With stylized choreography that makes the most of his incredible flexibility, the artist incorporates a fast-paced performance with hints of modern dance. His incredible precision and mastery of his art are evident as he juggles up to seven balls simultaneously.

  • Lira aérea - Hibana (ato em rotaçao)

    Os artistas executam graciosamente os movimentos que emfatizam sua extrema flexibilidade e balanço. Juntos, eles criam extraordinárias e harmoniosas posiçoes, com uma precisao inigualável.

  • Single Handbalancing

    This act requires great strength and flexibility. Displaying impressive control, the artist balances on canes of various heights, slowly executing a series of astounding figures while maintaining a delicate equilibrium.

  • Skipping Ropes

    A children's game familiar to everyone, the skipping rope takes on a new dimension in Dralion with heightened level of acrobatic prowess. As the artists keep time with the long skipping ropes, they perform flips, make pyramids and even form a human column.

  • Trampoline

    Defying the rules of gravity, fearless aerialists bounce off trampolines using the futuristic backdrop both as a diving board and landing pad. They cascade perilously through the air performing spectacular stunts at a dizzying pace.