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Creations


Saltimbanco


Création

Concepteurs
Scénographie
Musique
Personages

Expérience

Prologue
Adagio Trio
Chinese Poles
Balancing/Canes
Juggling
Boleadoras
Russian Swing
Solo Trapeze
Hand to Hand
Bungee
Epilogue

Réserve
Aerial Straps


Retiré
Vertical Rope
Contortion
Manipulation
Diabolo
Duo Trapeze
Double Wire
Artistic Bicycle

Odyssey

Évolution
Itinéraire
Visuals
Audio/Visual
Features

 

Tour/Itinerary
Milestone Date Location
Premiere 04/23/1992 Montreal, QC
Name Registered 03/21/1994 Montreal, QC
2500th Show 6/28/2001 Osaka, JP
4000th Show n/a Mexico
10 Millionth Spectator 9/14/2007 Syracuse, NY
4500th Show 11/29/2007 Colorado Springs, CO
5000th Show 6/28/2009 Tampa, FL
 
Cirque du Soleil wanted Saltimbanco to be a show about the future of the city in a more positive light, and they succeeded! Saltimbanco was so successful, Cirque used it as it's work-horse, it's go-to show to break open new markets, testing the waters for the company's future endeavors there. And rightfully so: it's positive outlook on urbanity struck a chord with all who experienced it. Although Saltimbanco is no longer performed live, it had a rich and varied history: twice touring in a Grand Chapiteau (having closed once, to be resurrected to further open up the Asia-Pacific market, then becoming the first Cirque show to tour South America), and then getting a third rebirth as Cirque's first arena-converted show, visiting cities and areas that Cirque du Soleil had previously unable to visit with a huge big top.


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Big Top Tour #1

    • 1992-1993 /// North American Tour { List }

    • 1994 /// Japanese Tour { List }

    • 1995 /// Montreal Special { List }

    • 1995-1997 /// European Tour I { List }

Big Top Tour #2

    • 1998 /// Ottawa Special { List }

    • 1999-2001 /// Asia-Pacific Tour { List }

    • 2002-2005 /// European Tour II { List }

    • 2005-2006 /// Latin-America Tour { List }

Arena Tour

    • 2007 Tour Schedule { List }

    • 2008 Tour Schedule { List }

    • 2009 Tour Schedule { List }

    • 2010 Tour Schedule { List }

    • 2011 Tour Schedule { List }

    • 2012 Tour Schedule { List }

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