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Culture


Cirque’s Cabinet of Curiosities


Expect the unexpected as you step into Cirque du Soleil's latest creation KURIOS. C


irque du Soleil is coming back to Winnipeg, but this time with its most acclaimed Big Top Show, KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities. Known for its larger than life acrobatics and mystical feats,


Cirque du Soleil has raised the bar with KURIOS, creating a world where the seemingly impossible plays out before your eyes. At the corner of Sterling Lyon Parkway and Kenaston


Boulevard under the iconic blue and yellow Big Top, KU- RIOS will premiere June 2, 2017. Michel Laprise, writer and director of KURIOS, wanted to take the audience back to the latter half of the nine-


22 • Spring 2017


teenth century — to a time of innovation in a changing world. With inventions such as the telegraph, railroad sys- tems, gramophones and bicycles, people believed anything was possible and that the world could be explored in a new way. “With KURIOS, we really pressured ourselves to do


something beautiful, great and new for our audience,” La- prise said. Attendees will be transported inside a fantasy world


where everything is possible. With high-flying performers, a steampunk vibe and live gypsy-jazz and electro- swing music, it all comes together to create a realm where reality


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All photos by Martin Girard / shootstudio.ca and are © 2014 Cirque du Soleil. Costumes by Philippe Guillotel.


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