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There is a rich and beloved history behind Cirque du Soleil in Canada. After all, the world-renowned circus troupe was first established in Canada. Almost forty entertaining years have passed since the birth of Cirque du Soleil in Quebec. These days, they are the world’s biggest theatrical producer. Cirque du Soleil generally perform in nine different cities in Canada. These are Edmonton, Gatineau, Hamilton, London, Montreal, Toronto, Trois-Rivieres, Vancouver, and Winnipeg. However, there aren’t any permanent Cirque du Soleil shows in Canada this year. Instead, there are several wildly popular touring Cirque du Soleil productions. They will visit many of the aforementioned cities in 2017 to delight the local and visiting audiences.


OVO is one of Cirque du Soleil’s most innovative shows. It follows a group of insects living in a riotous natural home. They scuttle around, search for love, and become interested in an egg that arrives in their homeland. OVO also showcases some fantastic costuming and beautiful set design. The show includes impressive juggling, perfectly executed acrobatics, and amazing choreographed wall climbing. The show will excite viewers of all ages through with its wonderful and biodiverse action.

Kurios: Cabinet of Curiosities

Kurios is the fantastical story of an eccentric inventor. He bends the rules of time and space, even warping dimensions as the show unfolds. This is an excellent show for anyone who likes bizarre, mind-warping displays or Steampunk style. Kurios takes place inside the inventor’s cabinet of curiosities. Like all of Cirque du Soleil in Canada, it is visually spectacular. The performers contort their bodies, leap around on trampolines, and show amazing physical strength. If you like well-executed and inventive circus performances, you will adore Kurios.


Volta is a show about being true to yourself and becoming free. It is partially inspired by action sports, which is clear from its astounding physical energy. The main character is stuck in a rut of instant gratification and fame. When he meets some free spirits, he has the energy to discover himself again. There’s biking, acrobatics, and all manner of thrills in this invigorating example of Cirque du Soleil in Canada.

There is no grander theatrical establishment than Cirque du Soleil in Canada. If you want to see a touring show this year, then these three masterpieces are perfect for you. They encapsulate all the hallmarks of Cirque du Soleil. And why not see one of the exciting shows in the home of the company? Cirque du Soleil in Canada is truly a joy to behold.

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    OVO is teeming with life. Insects work, play, fight and look for love in a non-stop riot of energy in motion. Their home is filled with biodiversity, beauty, action and moments of quiet emotion. The awestruck insects are intensely curious when a mysterious egg appears, representing the enigma and cycles of their lives.

    Rush Headlong into a New Ecosystem

    FirstOntario Centre, Hamilton, Canada


    KURIOS is “Not to be missed on any account.”

    A World of Curiosities to Unravel
    Step into the curio cabinet of an ambitious inventor who defies the laws of time, space and dimension in order to reinvent everything around him. Suddenly, the visible becomes invisible, perspectives are transformed, and the world is literally turned upside down.

    Grand Chapiteau at Kenaston & Sterling Lyon , Winnipeg, Canada


    VOLTA tells a spellbinding story about the freedom to choose and the thrill of blazing your own trail. Inspired in part by the adventurous spirit that fuels the culture of action sports, the show weaves the adrenaline rush of acrobatics into a visually striking world driven by a stirring melodic score.

    VOLTA is a story of transformation. It is about being true to oneself, fulfilling one’s true potential, and the power of the group to make that possible. It celebrates freedom as a movement.

    WAZ, a popular gameshow host, has lost touch with his inner self in the pursuit of fame, pulling others in the trap of instant glory. But as doubt sets in, WAZ is enlightened by childhood memories as he encounters “free spirits” who open doors to his inner soul he has long kept shut. On his high-voltage search for meaning, will WAZ find the courage to relinquish his fame, reconnect with his true self, and shine bright?


    Cirque du Soleil — (History) is a Canadian entertainment company. It is the largest theatrical producer in the world. Based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and located in the inner-city area of Saint-Michel, it was founded in Baie-Saint-Paul in 1984 by two former street performers, Guy Laliberte and Gilles Ste-Croix. Initially named Les Echassiers (“The Waders”), they toured Quebec in 1980 as a performing troupe. Their initial financial hardship was relieved in 1983 by a government grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, as part of the 450th anniversary celebrations of Jacques Cartier’s voyage to Canada. Le Grand Tour du Cirque du Soleil was a success in 1984, and after securing a second year of funding, Laliberte hired Guy Caron from the National Circus School to re­create it as a “proper circus”. Its theatrical, character-driven approach and the absence of performing animals helped define Cirque du Soleil as the contemporary circus (“nouveau cirque”) that it remains today.

    Each show is a synthesis of circus styles from around the world, with its own central theme and storyline. Shows employ continuous live music, with performers rather than stagehands changing the props. After financial successes and failures in the late 1980s, Nouvelle Experience was created — with the direction of Franco Dragone — which not only made Cirque du Soleil profitable by 1990, but allowed it to create new shows.

    The company’s creations have received numerous prizes and distinctions, including a Bambi Award in 1997, a Rose d’Or in 1989, three Drama Desk Awards in 1991, 1998 and 2013, three Gemini Awards, four Primetime Emmy Awards, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2000, Cirque du Soleil was awarded the National Arts Centre Award, a companion award of the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards. In 2002, Cirque du Soleil was inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame. In 2015, TPG Capital, Fosun Capital Group and Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec purchased 90% of Cirque du Soleil. The sale received regulatory approval from the Government of Canada on 30 June 2015.

    CIRQUE DU SOLEIL NEWS — Future productions

    Luzia: Cirque du Soleil has announced a new touring big-top show that is inspired by Mexican culture, music, clothing etc., written and directed by Daniele Finzi Pasca (who also directed Corteo), and is set to premiere at the Montreal Old Port from 21 April to 10 July 2016 before moving on to Toronto’s Port Lands from 28 July to 16 October. It will then move on to San Francisco between 17 November 2016 and 22 January 2017.

    Paramour: On 19 August 2015, Cirque du Soleil announced the creation of a resident show at the Lyric Theatre on Broadway, New York. Paramour is themed to the “Golden age of Hollywood” and will follow the life of “a poet whom is forced to choose between love and art”. It will have similar elements to Cirque du Soleil’s retired Los Angeles resident show in Iris (which was also themed on cinema) written and created by Philippe Decoufle. Paramour is scheduled to begin preview shows on 16 April 2016, with an official premiere on 25 May 2016.

    Luna Petunia: It was announced on 11 October 2014 that in partnership with Saban Brands, Cirque du Soleil Media would produce an animated children’s (pre-school aged) series called Luna Petunia and the showrunner was announced as children’s TV writer Bradley Zweig. The plot revolves around a little girl who plays in a dreamland where she learns how to make the impossible possible. It will be shown on Netflix around September—November 2016.

    The Wiz: In a collaboration with NBC, Cirque du Soleil will help produce both a live-television broadcast and Broadway revival of The Wiz. The broadcast will premiere December 2015 on NBC, the revival following soon after in the 2016-2017 season. Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon will direct both productions with Broadway writer/actor Harvey Fierstein, who will be contributing new material to the original Broadway book. Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, Stephanie Mills, Ne-Yo, David Alan Grier, Common, Elijah Kelley, Amber Riley, and Uzo Aduba and newcomer Shanice Williams are set to star. Additional casting and creative team announcements will be made later.

    Cirque du Soleil — Soda Stereo: In partnership with Argentine promoters PopArt and Triple, Cirque du Soleil is producing a new touring show based on the rock band Soda Stereo, which will premiere in May 2017 in Buenos Aires before touring Latin America (including Chile, Mexico, Peru and Colombia), Miami, Los Angeles and other US cities. The show will also coincide with the release of a soundtrack album, created by surviving Soda Stereo members Zeta Bosio and Charly Alberti, and some producers who have worked with the band. It wil be directed by Michel Laprise and the director of creation will be Chantal Tremblay.

    Cirque 2017: On 5 December 2015, Cirque du Soleil posted numerous job openings on their website for a new production nicknamed “Cirque 2017”.

    Hangzhou 2018: On 15 June 2015 at the Shanghai International Film Festival, Cirque du Soleil announced their plans to develop a permanent show in the Xintiandi commercial complex in Hangzhou, China. The theater will seat 1400 spectators and Cirque du Soleil’s chief executive Daniel Lamarre has said that the show will have a “local flavor” but still be a “Cirque show”. It is scheduled to open in early 2018 with the development of the theatre on the site of an old warehouse of an old rail yard area currently underway.

    Cirque du Soleil Theme Park: On 12 November 2014, Cirque du Soleil, Grupo Vidanta, and Goddard Group announced plans for a theme park in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico. The plans call for at least two lands, the Village of the Sun and the Village of the Moon, as well as an outdoor evening show accommodating as many as 3,000 to 5,000 spectators, and may include a water park and nature park elements. It is due to open some time in 2018. Read more — Wikipedia