Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo arrives to MexicoBy Dania Vargas Austryjak
Itinerant spectacle arriving to 4 cities.
Cirque du Soleil, the Canadian company that has created the most magnificent theatrical shows, is arriving once again to Mexico, now with its itinerant show, Corteo, which will be presented in the cities of Mérida, Guadalajara, Monterrey and Mexico City.
Corteo is a colorful, festive procession from the imagination of a clown. The show immerses its spectators into the clowns’ vivid imagination of his own funeral, a cortege held in a carnival atmosphere. It contrasts the magic of perfection with the charm of imperfection, while presenting the strength and fragility of the clown.
The show is made up of numerous acts involving the characteristic performances of Cirque du Soleil, such as the Bouncing Beds, Helium Dance and the impressive gymnastic display of Tournik. It also includes singing angels and live musicians, elements that bring the clowns’ imagination to life.
Though the show is currently on tour in Bogotá, Colombia, there are still no official dates for shows in Mexican cities. Its final performance in Bogotá will be on May 3rd. This would mean that Corteo should be expected probably by the end of May. We’ll keep you posted as to when the exact dates for this colorful presentation of Cirque du Soleil are.
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