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Artist on the trapeze
Artists are training hard behind the scenes for the updated version of Alegría!
Mr Fleur's new costume
Mr Fleur has an iconic look that is all his own.
Artists are currently training at Cirque du Soleil for the new Alegría show.
Take a look at one of the many new costumes from Alegría!
Alegría's artist jumping as high as he can.
Alegría's new costume
Sneak peek at one of the new costumes from Alegría!
Practice makes perfect!
Teamwork (and trust) is a must!
Balance is key
Strength, balance and elegance in one shot.
Close-up of a new costume
Even the tiniest details are lovingly crafted by hand.
The beauty is in the details
The new Alegría's costumes are a work of art.
Following the mysterious disappearance of the king, Mr. Fleur pictures himself as the legitimate heir to the throne and clumsily tries to impose his authority.
Together, The Bronx will shake the pillars of power, lighting the spark that will trigger changes in the very heart of the kingdom. They offer a glimmer of hope in a world of gloom.
The White Singer
Opposite yet complementary forces, the Singers in Black and in White are paragons of resilience. The Singer in White is naïve, yet wise in the face of adversity.
Double Crossed Wheel
Using his own impetus to roll forward and backward, an artist becomes a human gyroscope as he performs fluid acrobatics inside and around two intersecting wheels.
The Bronx spring forth from the street. Fiery and full of energy, they try vigorously to defy the established order.
Synchronized Trapeze Duo
Perched on side-by-side swinging trapezes, two artists perform intricate spins and breathtaking manoeuvres in perfect sync. This swinging trapeze duo features new acrobatic ideas, using vertical movements and variations in the swinging axis.
Double Crossed Wheel
Shaking the foundations of the old order, a Bronx performs a number with a new-fangled apparatus—the double crossed wheel.