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Charivari
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Tour/Itinerary
Tour Itinerary & Visuals

Item Date Location
Name Registered 11/26/2006 Montreal, QC
Name Released 2/7/2007 Montreal, QC
Press Conference 4/11/2007 Montreal, QC
500th Show 8/8/2008 Chicago, IL
1000th Show 12/1/2009 Santa Monica, CA
1500th Show 6/25/2011 Tokyo, JP
2000th Show 10/28/2012 Dallas, TX
2500th Show 5/4/2014 Vienna, AT
3000th Show 3/12/2016 Montevido, UY
With the appointment of Serge Roy as the show's Director of Creation (August 26, 2005), development on what was then "Cirque 2007" got underway even before Corteo left Canada. For this show, Cirque du Soleil would look to both thrills and clowning for inspiration. Could that mean John Gilkey (Quidam, Varekai) or Rene Bazinet (Saltimbanco, Alegria Le Film) might become the show's Director? Although fandom debated the merits of both as a director of such a creative endeavor, neither was tapped for the job. The job ultimately fell instead to David Shiner, a clown (he performed in Nouvelle Expérience) and a director in his own right. "I wanted a more traditional show, a show created around the artists, not on all the stuff around them," explained the writer/director. "I wanted to take the high-tech out of it, to really get back to the basics." Joining him would be Marie-Chantale Vaillancourt, Costume Designer on Corteo. And through casting calls we learned the kinds of disciplines Shiner was looking to integrate into the show, such as: Wheel of Death and Teeterboard artists, not to mention those who could perform the Trapeze, the High Wire, and those who could Juggle.

Back to basics indeed.

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