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Drawn to Life One-year anniversary of Cirque du Soleil and Disney

Since its global premiere on November 18, 2021, at Disney Springs, the Cirque du Soleil and Disney production Drawn to Life has been wowing audiences with acrobatics, animation, and more.

Heather Reilly, the Company Manager of Cirque du Soleil, once stated, “Creating a performance is always wonderful, but it doesn’t achieve its full potential until we share it with our visitors.” “Now, one year and approximately 500 performances later, the show has truly matured into a one-of-a-kind experience that could only be produced by combining Cirque du Soleil and Disney. Every member of our cast, every member of our staff, and every member of ourthe Audience has had a role in making it a reality.

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The show draws on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 100 years of storytelling tradition to portray the narrative of a father’s love for his daughter. The show pays tribute to beloved Disney tales and characters via cutting-edge production values, signature Cirque du Soleil acrobatic acts, original orchestral soundtracks, and animation meticulously crafted by Disney Animation studio veterans.

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A multinational cast, an immersive all-original score performed live, giant costumes, props, and make-up, and mind-blowing physical feats interwoven with a fair dose of comedy have all been part of the Disney Springs performance that has been wowing audiences for the last year.

Drawn to Life will debut Sunday performance times, including a matinee, in 2023. Buy your tickets for next year’s shows now at cirquedusoleil.com/drawn-to-life.

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