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Milestone Date
First Mentioned 11/19/2007
Name Registered 09/20/2010
Name Announced 09/22/2010
Press Conference 06/16/2011
Premiere 06/21/2011
Closing Announcement 11/30/2012
500th Show n/a
Final Show 01/19/2013
 
With the plethora of show announcements steaming full speed ahead in 2007 - a show at Madison Square Garden (“Wintuk”), a rumor about a show in Shanghai (which didn’t pan out), Cirque du Soleil pulling out of the Jackie Gleason Theater deal in Miami (which might have seen a South-Beach version of Zumanity installed), announcing Cirque in Dubai (which has also failed to pan out), preparing to partner with Criss Angel in an attempt to re-invent the magic show (“BELIEVE”) and launching a new touring show (“Koozå”) – it’s little wonder that the Cirque fandom was blindsided by the announcement that Cirque would open a new,
$100 million production at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood in 2010.


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    Cirque Goes Hollywood?

    The unnamed show would focus on Hollywood’s role in the history of film, the release announced. Seventy-five performers will put on the show 368 times a year as part of a 10-year agreement between Cirque du Soleil and the CIM Group, which owns the Hollywood & Highland Center where the Kodak Theatre is located. The $100 million project includes modifications to the showroom’s configuration costing about $60 million, and a production featuring 75 artists. The show would be directed by France’s Philippe Decouflé, who directed the Albertville Olympic Games opening and closing ceremonies in 1992.

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