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Abrazos – León

January 10 - February 5
Feria de León, Blvd. Adolfo López Mateos Oriente No. 1820
León, 37500
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Un escenario dispuesto en 360 grados y , por primera vez, una producción exclusiva y hecha a la medida de nuestra Ciudad. Verán un pañuelito para sonarse la nariz transformarse en una mariposa y volar danzando sobre todo el escenario, telas mutarán en una danza aérea entre dragones, en pocos segundos trasformaremos el espacio en una tempestad de nieve, acróbatas suspendidos al cielo, patinadores deslizarse sobre patines a ruedas, una mujer toca al ritmo de la música, usando una mesa llena de copas de cristal, un contorsionista quedar preso adentro de un minúsculo tubo…todo esto envuelto en un aire de León, Gto. “Abrazos” está lleno de amor… las especias las tenemos ya reservadas, perfumes picantes de nuestra tierra, fiesta y ternura, velas, platos que emocionan y otros que pican, un espectáculo como una cabalgata arriba de un caballo blanco. Será blue cobalto, rojo, tendremos ecos de corrida, viento... Los niños se quedarán a boca abierta… los adultos, también. Un abrazo

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Luzia – Houston

January 10 - February 3
Sam Houston Race Park, 7575 North Sam Houston Pkwy W
Houston, TX 77064 United States
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“When the Cirque du Soleil approaches creators it asks them to venture into new scenographic and narrative territories. (…) We started from stereotypes… in order to overturn them. Ubiquitous slowness? We replaced it with speed – that of the Tarahumara, a Mexican people who live in the mountains and can run up to 200 kilometres non-stop, barefoot or wearing light sandals. Speed thus becomes an interesting element in circus language too, with its quest for extreme performance, thanks to magnificent acrobats and gymnasts drawn from around the world. For us, then, Mexican people display a great physical and spiritual capacity to go beyond incredible limits.” Daniele Finzi Pasca

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Corteo – Memphis

January 31 - February 3
FedEx Forum, 191 Beale St
Memphis, TN 38103 United States
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“I dedicated this dream to the angels, who come and visit me at night. To the world of clowns, to which I belong, to the Cathedral of Chartres, which after my mother’s womb, is the second place where I was nurtured. To the pictures that my parents stole to reality, and which I put into movement, to the circuses and to their artists. What I meant to bring forth under the big top is theatre and its peculiar perspective made of overlapping images. I thus asked the acrobats to think as actors would, and to be beautiful and honest, just as beautiful love stories are. I was lucky enough to be surrounded by brilliant creators, with whom I immersed in a common world and a bonding adventure, receiving the full support of a production crew who allowed us to carry on with our dream. I also kept close to the friends from my troupe, Teatro Sunil, with whom I have been seeking beauty and honesty on stage for more than twenty years. To make one’s own funeral does feel good. For a moment, one feels necessary and motivated to keep going on this journey, which is in fact but a […]

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Icaro – Lugano

February 2 - February 3
LAC, Piazza Bernardino Luini 6
Lugano, 6900 Switzerland
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“I come from a mountainous land. Where I am from, we escape by taking risks. Mountains will await you throughout your entire life. They define the vertical horizon of the child’s imagination before becoming engraved in memory. Where I am from, there are people who climb their mountain every year so as to renew their ties with that which does not change." Daniele Finzi Pasca

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Pagliacci – Naples

February 3 - February 9
Teatro San Carlo, via San Carlo, 98/F
Naples, 80132 Italy
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"To some extent we are all acrobats, and we know that all the time life is moving to a point where there is no balance. I have always tried to find a language that coincides with the souls of today’s audiences. This story is told in the modern day and using modern language that was born from the old habit of abstractions, hints and images that are close to dreams. It helps us understand who we are, in an open circle going from the dancers to the singers, from the acrobats to the musicians. Like children: children ask to be told a fairytale at night time so that they can dream and conquer their fears. The abstraction leads to dialogue with the unconscious from which the power of Leoncavallo’s music emerges along with his short and simple story." Daniele Finzi Pasca

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