Cirque du Soleil, the Canadian troupe famous for its over-the-top productions and breathtaking acrobatics, is making its India debut in Mumbai followed by Delhi. This is also the world premiere of their new production, Bazzar, about a theatre troupe much like their own, that has come together from different backgrounds to develop a show.
Dhoom 3 gave us a glimpse of some excellent aerial acrobatics. Now, meet two real-life aerial acrobats whose performance is already creating waves. They are identical twins and this doubles up their art, quite literally. Andrew and Kevin Atherton are identical twins who soar and spin dozens of feet in the air in a new Cirque du Soleil aerial act that combines muscle and poise, balance and grace. Their 5 and half-minute act that closes Act 1 is a highlight of “Paramour,” the first Cirque production created specifically for Broadway. (Associated Press)read more
He is one of the top-grossing artists in music. His influence is heard all over the Top 10, his songs have inspired two hit Cirque du Soleil shows, and Jay-Z raps about him obsessively as the ultimate symbol of success. read more
Samanth Vinil has all the moves, which have landed the IIT-B student an opportunity of a lifetime.The 22-year-old final-year student has been selected to the database of potential performers by the internationally renowned circus arts and dance troupe,... read more
Expect no Lady Gaga this time! But a mix of international DJs (disc jockeys) and entertainers from the famous Cirque du Soleil club are set to rev up the action at Arjun Rampal\'s official after-parties for the second Formula One Indian Grand Prix. read more
The venue for the Oscars has a new name and sound. The posh 3,400-seat theater formerly known as the Kodak Theatre reopened with a new audio-visual system and new signage as the Dolby Theatre. read more