El Cirque du Soleil ofrece kits de prensa de sus diferentes espectáculos e información acerca de la compañía.
Corteo, que en italiano significa cortejo, es una alegre procesión, un desfile festivo imaginado por un payaso. El espectáculo aúna la pasión del actor con la gracia y la potencia del acróbata para llevar al público a un mundo teatral de diversión, humor y espontaneidad situado en un misterioso espacio entre el cielo y la tierra.
El payaso muestra su propio funeral, que se celebra con aires de carnaval y bajo la mirada tranquila de ángeles. El espectáculo, que yuxtapone lo grande con lo pequeño, lo ridículo con lo trágico y la magia de la perfección con el encanto de la imperfección, destaca la fuerza y la fragilidad del payaso, así como su sabiduría y gentileza, para ilustrar la parte de humanidad que llevamos dentro de nosotros. La música, llena de lirismo y juguetona, hace de Corteo una celebración en la que la ilusión se burla de la realidad.
This masterful, tender pas-de-deux using contortion and hand-balancing is performed by a duo of little people, on a vertical ring set into a pivoting platform.
Like a live puppet, an artist marionette suddenly appears in an innovative, rigging apparatus to play with the Dead Clown in a setting which evokes a beach scene from his childhood.
Like a gaggle of young kids playing in their grandparents’ room, six artists jump on two 600-pound beds that move on rotating platforms. In a playful atmosphere, they perform acrobatic feats, each more daring than the last.
Four women, the Dead Clown’s former loves, come together in dreamlike joy. They perform aerial acrobatics on three giant chandeliers that spin above the Dead Clown’s bed.
Implored by the Dead Clown and the Giant as they prepare to perform a haunting melody on crystal glasses, the Loyal Whistler, a whistling virtuoso, showcases his remarkable talent in a breathtaking performance.
Four artists perform solos and group figures on Cyr wheels. The simplicity of the Cyr wheel’s line—a pure circle—sets off the intricate and energetic performance.
In this mesmerizing act, a duet use aerial straps to create a magical and tender connection that enchants the audience with beautiful displays of agility, balance, and strength.
To the sound of bagpipes, a patch of green light appears, suggesting a golf course scene. The Giant walks on stage, intent on giving it his best shot!
A tender and poetic moment between the Dead Clown and his Little Clowness that bespells the audience with child-like delight.
Four young artists perform fast-moving feats of prowess in a surprising act that blends juggling and acrobatics. With unsurpassed style, they defy the law of gravity as they juggle successively with rings, hoops and clubs.
A ladder specialist amazes the audience with his unnerving balance and finesse as he performs on various ladders, trying desperately to reach the angel who is watching him from above.
A couple of “pantomime horses”, each inhabited by two artists, give the Small Clown a hard time. By turns, the Little Horse and the Little Mare will try to break free from their trainer’s grip.
By superimposing a trampoline-like net and three Korean frame stations placed further apart from one another than ever seen before, a universe is created in which high-flying and bouncing come together, as if it were the most natural thing in the world, in a single breathtaking act.
When eight characters pile into a miniature theatre to present "Romeo and Juliette," confusion upstages them all. Expect the unexpected in this madcap performance.
Surrounded by two groups of artists lending rhythm to the act with their voices and percussion work, three acrobats redefine teeterboard technique in an act where speed is rivalled only by complexity.
Surrounded by angels six-metres above the ground, a young woman dances across a tight-wire using point shoes, a unicycle, multiple hoops, and her bare feet. Then, she challenges gravity by climbing a 40-degree diagonal tight-wire to disappear into the heavens some 40-feet in the air.
Eight artists cross paths in an act which marries horizontal bar techniques with circus arts. The artists perform on a central cube-shaped structure, with two additional bars on each side of the cube. The various parts of the structure turn, sometimes all in the same direction, sometimes in opposite directions... just to keep everyone on their toes!