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Cirque de Soleil’s ‘Quidam’ Coming to Buenos Aires

March 13th, 2010 | Categoría: Entertainment

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Quidam

Cirque de Soleil is returning to Buenos Aires in May with its show Quidam.

The show, which is an intricate mix of circus entertainment and street performance art, opens May 29th in Vicente Lopez, just outside the city limits.

Cirque de Soleil was started by a small group of performance artists in Canada in 1984. The Montreal-based group now has more than 4,000 employees from around 40 nations, about 1,000 of which are performing artists.

Quidam premiered in 1996 in Montreal and has traveled around the world since.

Last year Cirque de Soleil performed 20 different shows simultaneously around the world. Some of the group’s shows are near-permanent fixtures located in cities like Las Vegas while others were traveling shows.

You can get “Pre-sale tickets” here. For more information, click here.

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Laura BravoNo Gravatar says:

El show que más me gustó de ellos, seguro que la palabra no es show, es Alegría. Después siento que perdieron cierto encanto.
Ganaron en estética y virtuosismo pero no sé si comunican tan bien. Merde. Tampoco la función de un espectáculo circense es comunicar. Digamos que no volvieron a irrumpir en mis sentidos con la misma intensidad.

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