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Dralion Presskit

Dralion Presskit

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ress Ki
is a signature
Cirque du Soleil
production acclaimedby more than seven million people worldwide since itpremiered in 1999 in Montreal, Canada. After many yearsperforming under the big top,
will now be presented inarenas around the world, with the same quality performance.Fusing the 3,000 year-old tradition of Chinese acrobatic artswith the multidisciplinary approach of 
Cirque du Soleil
 draws its inspiration from Eastern philosophy and its never-ending quest for harmony between humans and nature.The show’s name is derived from its two emblematic creatures:the dragon, symbolizing the East, and the lion, symbolizingthe West.In
, the four elements that govern the natural order takeon a human form. Thus embodied, each element is representedby its own evocative colour: air is blue; water is green; re isred; earth is ochre. In the world of 
, cultures blend, Manand Nature are one, and balance is achieved.Bearing the unmistakable signature of 
Cirque du Soleil
andfeaturing 50 international acrobats, gymnasts, musicians andsingers,
soars to new heights as it dees the laws of nature.
An awe-inspiring creation o strength and agility,this exotic aerial ballet captures the passion andenergy o its signature element, fire. Suspendedrom a hoop high above the stage, the artistpresents an evocative choreography in which thehoop and body become one in a dance o acrobatic precision.Pas de deux is a languorous aerial dance. Anintertwined couple fies over the stage in a longband o blue cloth. Within the cloth, theyperorm various acrobatic figures that demandgreat eats o strength and fexibility.
Aerial Hoop
In Bamboo Poles, six men balance longdecorative poles symbolizing fire. A traditionalact o the Chinese acrobatic arts, the perormerskeep the poles ‘in fight’ overhead whileperorming acrobatic eats on the ground.
Bamboo Poles
A blend o the traditional Chinese dragon andlion dances takes on new scope when reimaginedby Cirque du Soleil. In a dynamic and energetictumbling sequence, the artists perorm acrobaticmoves while balancing on large wooden balls asthe dralion characters surround them with aspirited dance.
DralionsAerial Pas de Deux
This act requires great strength and fexibility.Displaying impressive control, the artist balanceson canes o various heights, slowly executing aseries o astounding figures while maintaining adelicate equilibrium.
Derived rom Chinese acrobatic tradition, theHoop Diving act takes on a tribal favor rom theArican-infuenced music to which it isperormed. Ten male artists dive and throwthemselves like arrows through small woodenhoops. The hoops are stacked on top o eachother; some are stationary while others rotate.
Hoop Diving

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