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OVO 是一次匆忙的拜访,带领我们进入一个有着各种鲜活生命、五彩缤纷的生态系统,这里有各种昆虫在工作、吃食、爬行、振翅飞翔、玩耍、打斗和寻爱,这种繁忙熙攘的景象从未停止,一直延续。 昆虫们的家是一个充满各种各样生物的世界,这里到处流淌着美丽和喧闹,但也有些时刻属于宁静和安详的情感。

当一个神秘的蛋出现在昆虫们的视野中后,立刻就在它们当中产生巨大反响,它们紧张地好奇着这个标志性的物体,因为它代表着神秘的事物和它们生命的轮回。

当一只笨拙的昆虫突然来到这个熙熙攘攘的社区时,一只非常迷人的瓢虫吸引了它的视线--它们彼此一见钟情了。

OVO 中随处可见各种鲜明的对比。 我们脚下隐藏的神秘世界其实有着柔和又热烈、喧闹又静谧、安宁又混乱的一面。 当新的一天来临,太阳从东方升起时,昆虫们忙碌而又快活的一天就又重新开始了。

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OVO - 创作人员

  • Guy Laliberté

    创办人

    Guy Laliberté 1959 年出生于加拿大魁北克市。他是一位手风琴师、高跷艺人和吞火魔术师,和同伴们组成了魁北克第一个国际知名的马戏团。大胆又爱幻想的 Guy Laliberté 慧眼识才,找到拜圣保罗狂欢节上极具才华的街头表演者,与他们一起在 1984 年创立了太阳剧团

    Guy Laliberté 是第一位将文化、艺术与杂技训练相结合的人,而这也成为太阳剧团最重要的特色。自 1984 年起,他带领他的创作团队创作了每场演出,将杂技表演提升到极高的艺术境界。

    太阳剧团以其表演阵容之强,活动范围之广,影响力之大,成为了一个国际大型马戏团。在 Guy Laliberté 带领下,太阳剧团的足迹遍布五大洲。

    2007 年 10 月,Guy Laliberté 成立了一滴水基金会,投身于人生的另一项伟大事业。该基金会的宗旨是让贫困地区民众获得安全饮用水。这个新的梦想源自于饮水权对个人乃至全球社区存亡重要性的认识以及太阳剧团自成立以来一直秉持的价值观:你给予生活什么,生活就回馈你什么。即使一个最微小的举动,也会产生差异。

    2009 年 9 月,Guy Laliberté 成为加拿大第一位私人太空探险家。他的使命是唤起公众对地球水资源短缺的关注。这场史无前例的宇宙演出活动的主题是“撼天动地为水源”(Moving Stars and Earth for Water),被誉为“富有诗意的社会使命”,旨在以艺术的形式赢得世人共鸣:这次网络直播特别节目持续了 120 分钟,各种艺术表演在五大洲 14 个城市(包括国际空间站)同时上演。

    重大荣誉及奖项
    2012 年,Guy Laliberté 入选美国博彩协会名人堂。2011 年,Guy Laliberté 入选加拿大企业名人堂。2010 年,Guy 在富有传奇色彩的好莱坞星光大道上留刻了属于自己的星形奖章。同年,魁北克政府再次授予 Guy 七星勋章,从“骑士”(6 年前授予)上升为“军官”级别。2008 年,Guy Laliberté 获拉瓦尔大学(魁北克)荣誉博士头衔。2007 年,Guy Laliberté 荣获安永年度企业家奖。这项大奖包含三个级别:魁北克、加拿大和国际。2004 年,Guy Laliberté 接受加拿大政府颁发的最高殊荣:加拿大勋章。 同年,他被时代周刊评选为全球 100 位最具影响力人物之一。2003 年,他被 Condé Nast 集团的绝不跟风计划选为创造者和革新者。2001 年,他被 Académie des Grands Montréalais 评为蒙特利尔荣誉市民。1997 年,Guy Laliberté 荣获魁北克政府颁发的最高荣誉魁北克勋章。克勋章。


    其他荣誉及奖项

    2009 年
    加拿大营销协会授予终身成就奖

    2002 年
    入选加拿大星光大道

    1998 年
    美国手工艺博物馆(现为纽约艺术和设计博物馆)授予远见奖

    1996 年
    在第 43 届 Gala du Commerce(魁北克)获新视野奖

    1988 年
    Gala Excellence 新闻(魁北克)年度风云人物

    1988 年
    《法国商务期刊》杂志(魁北克)年度企业家

     

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  • Gilles Ste-Croix

    创作内容高级副总裁

    Gilles Ste-Croix 最初向父母表示有意投身表演事业的时候,他们非常反对,还说道:“绝对不可以!”但在魁北克农村长大的 Gilles,决意要出外闯天下。他成为四海为家的嬉皮一族,在西岸生活了一段日子,期间还旁听了一些戏剧课程。

    Gilles 曾经试图改变,甚至在一家建筑公司工作了一段时期,然而他明白自己终究无法完全投身传统商业,并以此为终身事业。与此同时,他在追寻适合自己的行业方面,也绝非漫无目的。他指出早于少年时候,便一直渴求取得骄人成就,亦一直渴望能够娱乐大众。虽然他醉心娱乐事业,但其入行经过却出人意表。

    上世纪70年代末,Gilles 居住在魁北克省的维多利亚维尔(Victoriaville),依靠採摘苹果來维持生计。有一天,他突发奇想,想到要是能将双腿缚上长梯,便能轻易採摘苹果,这想法最终激发他设计出他的第一对高跷。

    其後一天,一位朋友偶然向 Gilles 提到美国佛蒙特州(Vermont)的面包傀儡剧团(Bread and Puppet Theater)爱以踩高跷作为其众多表演项目的特色所在。Gilles 於是亲自到该剧团观摩,更因此意识到他以踩高跷來採摘苹果的技巧,可能会在娱乐事业中大派用场。 1980 年,Gilles 联同一群街头表演者成立了“拜聖保罗高跷表演团”,其後举办了 “拜聖保罗狂欢节”,向观众呈献多姿多彩的街头表演。及至 1984 年,Gilles 携手 Guy Laliberté 创办了太阳剧团。

    在 1984 及 1985 年间,Gilles 为太阳剧团创作并表演了很多的高跷剧码。1988 年,他开始担任太阳剧团的藝术总监,并在世界各地发掘潜质优厚的人才。1990 至 2000 年间,他升任剧团的创作总监,负责剧团内的所有表演项目的创作,其中包括:

    《Nouvelle Expérience》、《艺界人生》(Saltimbanco)、《飞跃之旅》(Alegria)、《神秘境界》(Mystre)、《奇幻之旅》(Quidam)、《梦幻嘉年华》(La Nouba)、《“O”》及《超越极限》(Dralion)。1992年,他执导了太阳剧团在日本首个於大帳篷内演出的剧码《Fascination》。此外,1997年,德国马戏团餐厅“Pomp Duck and Circumstance”令人拍案叫绝的精彩晚宴表演,也是由Gilles执导,并开创先河。

    2000 年,Gilles 在继续担任太阳剧团顾问的期间,他决定要实现一个伟大梦想:由於他对马匹非常著迷,并因此自创公司,於 2003 年制作了名为《Cheval-Théâtre》的表演剧码,该剧码最大的特色是由30匹马以及众多杂技藝人在巨大帳篷内进行演出。《Cheval- Théâtre》还曾在北美洲十个城市巡回演出。

    2002 年 12 月起,Gilles 重返太阳剧团,担任新项目发展部的创作副总裁,并于 2006 年 7 月获任命为创作内容部的高级副总裁。

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  • Deborah Colker

    Writer, Director and Choreographer

    As a child in her native Brazil, Deborah Colker grew up in a creative environment. Her father was a violinist and conductor and she started piano lessons at the age of eight. “Though I was quite good at it, playing with an orchestra at 14, I soon realized I needed to express my emotions physically as well, through sports for instance,” she says. “I was very passionate and intense and contemporary dance gave me the chance to fit together physical and intellectual emotion.”

    Deborah became a member of Uruguayan choreographer Graciela Figueroa’s Coringa company in 1980. In 1984, she began creating choreographies and directing piece movements for musicals, shows, TV programs, movies and samba schools.

    Wanting to create a choreographic language of her own, Deborah founded her company, Companhia de Dança Deborah Colker in 1994, and created many highly acclaimed full-length dance pieces for it, including Vulcão, Velox, Mix, Rota, Casa and 4 Por 4.

    In Brazil alone Deborah’s individual works have attracted large and loyal audiences. "My work is like Brazil," she says, "the mix of colors, the dynamics and rhythms, the happiness and possibility of a long way of discovery. It's an honor to me that my background is this beautiful, creative, and musical country."

    Deborah’s award-winning work quickly caught the attention of the entire dance world. In 2002, she was invited by Komische Oper in Berlin to choreograph a full program, Casa (a piece originally created for Deborah’s own company in 1999) and Ela. In 2006, she went on to create Maracanã for the Culture Factory of Kampnagel in Hamburg. Deborah became the first Brazilian artist to win the Laurence Olivier Award, one of the most important cultural prizes in the UK, in the “Outstanding Achievement in Dance” category for her choreography MIX in 2001.

    Working with Cirque du Soleil called for a departure from Deborah’s customary way of working. She is used to developing concepts as an integral part of the rehearsal process, but for Cirque 2009 she had to come up with the concepts a year and a half before rehearsals began.

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  • Chantal Tremblay

    Director of Creation

    At the end of the 1980s, while living in New York pursuing a career in dance, Chantal Tremblay decides to join Cirque du Soleil after having seen one the company’s shows. Chantal started out as a dancer on a Cirque project and then became choreographer Debra Brown’s assistant on the creation of Mystère. Before Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour Chantal has worked on many Cirque projects including the shows Alegría, La Nouba and Mystère for which she once was the Artistic Director. Later on her solid credentials helped her land the position of Director of Creation on both The Beatles LOVE and OVO.

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  • Gringo Cardia

    Set and Props Designer

    Gringo Cardia, who started out as a gymnast, has earned an enviable reputation as one of the most sought-after designers in the world of performing arts and video in Brazil.

    In his career as a designer, Gringo has successfully integrated the three disciplines he has worked in: architecture, graphic design and theatrical staging. He has also made his mark as a director in film and video as well as a producer in the world of theatre, opera and fashion.

    In 1989, he founded a circus troupe in Brazil before joining forces with Deborah Colker, the director of OVO in 1994. Together, they invented a visual language that owes a great deal to set design. "When I design a set I like to think big, to push the limits,” he says. “I don’t think of scenery as a support for a production. It’s more than mere decoration. It has to be an integral part of the concept of the show to be used and manipulated by the dancers and the actors.”

    This approach has clearly worked. Gringo has designed the sets for over 100 theatrical productions and more than 150 music shows. His 70-plus music videos have won him numerous awards including the MTV Video Award for Best Brazilian Video in 1990. He has also designed hundreds of album covers for the most prominent Brazilian musicians, including Antonio Carlos Jobim and Gilberto Gil. His work has been recognized with more than 20 awards, including the Laurence Olivier Award for Mix, presented by Deborah Colker’s dance company.

    In 2000, Gringo and actress Marisa Orth founded a nonprofit organization named Spectaculu which trains students from underprivileged areas in theatre technical arts. More than 2,000 young people have gone on from Spectaculu to careers in entertainment (www.spectaculu.org.br).

    Gringo Cardia designed and curated the exhibition Amazonia Brazil, which has been touring the world since 2004, and in 2006 he directed the film No Arms for Amnesty International. Among his recent architectural commissions was the design of the Museum of Telecommunications in Rio de Janeiro and the new Minas Gerais Memorial in Belo Horizonte.

    Gringo Cardia regards the design of a Cirque du Soleil set as more like architecture than theatre. "A Cirque show has a lifespan of 10 to 15 years rather than a few months,” he points out. “Cirque emphasizes research and development and constantly pushes the creative limits of technology – and that is a perfect fit with my own approach."

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  • Liz Vandal

    Costume Designer

    Liz began her career as a fashion designer in 1988. Her style was inspired by futuristic superheroes and medieval armour. She used materials such as vinyl, plastic and polyurethane to bring her fantastic creations to life.

    In 1990 Liz began working closely with Édouard Lock, founder of the Montreal dance company La La Human Steps. She designed the costumes for his shows Infante c'est destroy (1991), 2 (1995), Exaucé/Salt (1999), Amelia (2002), André Auria (2002) for the Opéra de Paris and Amjad (2007).

    Other choreographers and dance companies turn to Liz regularly because of her ability to combine costumes and body movement. Among others she has worked for la Compagnie Marie Chouinard. Margie Gillis, Bill Coleman, José Navas, O Vertigo, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, the Washington Ballet, the National Ballet of Canada, Mannheim Theater and Stuttgart Ballet (Germany).

    Since founding her own company Vandal Costumes in 1992 with her partner Yveline Bonjean, Liz has created and innovated costumes in the fields of fashion, theatre, opera, music and film. The Backstreet Boys hired her to design the costumes for their Black 'n Blue tour and her work appeared in the films The Lathe of Heaven directed by Philip Haas and La Turbulence des fluides directed by Manon Briand, both released in 2002.

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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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  • Berna Ceppas

    Composer and Musical Director

    After only one year of formal education in music Berna Ceppas left school and became involved in various bands as a guitarist before branching out with synthesizers, samplers and computers. At the age of 25 he went back to school to study graphic design, but it quickly became clear to him that music was where he really belonged, as a performer and a composer/arranger.

    In 1994, Berna began working with Deborah Colker, the director of Cirque 2009, and wrote music for all her dance company’s shows. “We developed a kind of symbiosis,” he says. “We’re not just business partners, we’re friends. We know each other very well and we’ve established a way of working together.”

    Working from his own studio in Rio with countless numbers of leading musicians from Brazil and Japan, Berna is a sought-after producer on the mainstream Brazilian recording scene. He is also prominent as a producer of some of the best Brazilian indie pop-rock bands.

    Berna has worked extensively in the film industry since 2000, writing scores for many movies, notably O Passageiro (The Passenger) and Niemeyer A Vida é um Sopro (Niemeyer - Life is a Breath of Air). His work for the Globo television network includes Brasil Legal and Muvuca, and his score for the Discovery Channel series Blast Off was broadcast around the world.

    In 2002, he formed A Orquestra Imperial, a band that became immensely popular, revitalizing the contemporary music scene in Rio de Janeiro and further afield. The band has launched its international career with shows in various European and American cities including Paris, Chicago and London.

    “I don’t really have a signature sound,” says Berna. “For a while I was known for sampling but that was rather limiting. These days my music reflects the needs of each production.” Berna sees himself as a kind of chameleon, constantly adapting to his creative surroundings. “I am always me, but the challenges I set myself are intimately interwoven with those of the other members of the creative team as we converge toward a common goal.”

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  • Eric Champoux

    Lighting Designer

    A painter since the age of 16, Éric Champoux has always taken a keen interest in light.

    Since graduating from the National Theatre School of Canada in 1997, Éric has designed the lighting for more than 60 theatre productions in Quebec and Europe. He has worked with such Quebec directors as André Brassard, Gilles Champagne, Alice Ronfard, René Richard Cyr, Claude Poissant and Yves Desgagnés.

    For the last dozen or so years, Éric has worked particularly closely with Wajdi Mouawad, lighting his productions of Rêves, Les Troyens, Le Mouton et la Baleine, The Three Sisters, Incendies, Fôrets, and, most recently, Seuls.

    Éric designed the lighting for Alice Ronfard’s 2006 production Désordre Public at Théâtre Espace Go, where he also lit La Promesse de l'aube and Les hommes aiment-ils le sexe, vraiment, autant qu'ils le disent? created by a collective of writers and directors.

    In his mission to bring the art of the real – and the unreal – to the audience, Éric is constantly seeking to improve his mastery of painting with the medium of light.

    "I paint light onto bodies and objects,” he says. “I create a luminous image on stage exactly the same way I paint, layer by layer, revealing the characters on a canvas of colour. Both results are based on the same approach."

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  • Jonathan Deans

    Sound Designer

    Jonathan Deans is one of the most sought-after live entertainment sound designers in the world. As a young man, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company as an actor but had also a keen interest in sound and so began to blend with a theatrical context. Several years later, after a spell as a sound engineer in the music industry, notably at Morgan Studios where he brushed shoulders with artists such as Cat Stevens, Paul Simon and Rick Wakeman, he made his way back to the theatre via the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and later went on to mix the sound for the musical A Chorus Line. One success soon followed another, and he became the sound mixing engineer for dozens of London’s West End productions. Jonathan’s success as a mixing sound engineer led to him being hired as sound designer on the musical Marilyn. This was followed by work on other productions as Designer on Time, Les Misérables, Mutiny, Jean Seberg to mention a few. Over a decade later he relocated in America where he has designed systems and productions for theme parks, stadiums, arenas and Broadway productions including Ragtime, Fosse, King David, Damn Yankees, Taboo, Brooklyn, Lestat, Pirate Queen, Young Frankenstein, La Cage Aux Folles, Spiderman, and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. With Michael Jackson ONE Jonathan is creating the sound system and the audio environment of his 14th Cirque du Soleil show since Saltimbanco in 1992.

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  • Philippe Aubertin

    Acrobatic performance Designer

    Inspired by the enthusiasm surrounding the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, Philippe Aubertin got started in gymnastics at the age of five. At 18 he was invited to join the national junior team but decided to withdraw from competition because of the physical demands that it imposes. Instead, he became coach at the Gymnastics Centre of Montreal, a position he held until 1999. During his tenure, he was certified by the Canadian Association of Coaches.

    At the same time, Philippe pursued a university education in athletic training, but the appeal of Cirque du Soleil offered him new horizons.

    Cirque's Director of Acrobatic Performance and Coaching, Boris Verkhovsky, hired him in 1999 to train artists at the company’s international headquarters in Montreal.

    Philippe joined La Nouba in Florida as a coach, then took up duties in Japan as head coach on the touring show Saltimbanco. In 2004, he returned to Montreal as Cirque' s head coach before joining Corteo on the road for two years.

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  • Julie Bégin

    Makeup Designer

    Julie Bégin's fascination with the transforming power of makeup began as a child. From an early age she experimented on faces and by the time she was 18, she'd left her science studies behind and embarked on her nomadic makeup journey.

    Julie got her first job on a dare. A friend persuaded her to apply for a makeup position while visiting Toronto. Despite the fact that she had no formal training, her talent shone through and she found herself working in a field that proved to be a perfect fit.

    In 1998, after spending more then eight years refining her trade in Europe and Asia, Julie moved to New York to further her career and pursue her interest in arts. She soon attracted the attention of celebrated makeup artist Dick Page and rapidly became a top player on his team working in New York, Milan and Paris.

    The top names in the fashion and entertainment industries quickly began to seek Julie out: Fashion designers like John Galliano, Marc Jacobs and Helmut Lang called on her. She worked with such prominent photographers as Ellen Von Unwerth and Mick Rock on editorial and advertising shoots, and world-renowed singers and celebrities, including Céline Dion and Alanis Morisette.

    Julie's methods are wide-ranging and imaginative. From effortless natural looks to dramatic styles, even when creativity's limits are pushed to the extreme, her main focus in fashion is always to reveal the beauty of a face. "The challenge of designing makeup for a Cirque du Soleil show is to go beyond beauty to reveal character," she says. Every face is a new inspiration, and when it all works you're actually revealing more than the person, you're able to catch a glimpse of their soul."

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