PHOTOS - New signs up on the Cirque du Soleil building at Disney Springs

Mar 10, 2020 in "Cirque du Soleil"

New Cirque du Soleil sign on building exterior
Posted: Tuesday March 10, 2020 10:01am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The new Cirque du Soleil show "Drawn to Life" opens in just 10 days and the finishing touches are being put on the exterior of the building.

The old blue signs have been replaced with gold in a new style, and can be seen on all sides of the building.

Here is a look at the old sign for a comparison.

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DznyGrlSD9 days ago

I know on the Disney-side of Cirque they have been hiring specifically for Cirque but haven't given CMs a timeframe on when they'll be at that location specifically.

DCBaker15 days ago

"Although no mention was made in the official announcement about “Drawn to Life,” Cirque du Soleil CEO Daniel Lamarre gave a rough idea of the opening date in an interview with the Los Angeles Times." “We should be able to open sometime in the fall,” Lamarre told the California newspaper, saying the company was “honored to have the opportunity to do a show with the IP of Disney.” https://www.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/arts-and-theater/os-et-cirque-du-soleil-shows-open-drawn-to-life-20210421-dkte674xsrb4vogfs54mcjumba-story.html

mergatroidMar 14, 2021

Still no tickets on sale yet.

mergatroidMar 01, 2021

Saw it once a few years back but was a bit disappointed with the show after reading such great reviews. One thing I've noticed many times was staff 'promoting' the show on City Walk which always made me think they struggled to sell tickets. Was offered reduced price tickets more than once when approaching the parks.

DznyGrlSDMar 01, 2021

any rumblings about tickets being sold again or a forecasted opening night?

wdwmagicMar 01, 2021

Things are moving in that direction

DznyGrlSDMar 01, 2021

this is amazing news. Hopefully the Drawn to Life cast/crew is on standby.

the.dreamfinderMar 01, 2021

Cirque Du Soleil and MGM preparing to reopen “O” at The Bellagio on the forth of July. Need to be able to have 50% capacity to break even and it will take 8-10 weeks to get the show up and running. http://www.cirquefascination.com/?p=14019

WondersOfLifeFeb 06, 2021

I remember seeing it as a kid... The auditorium was pretty large and packed. Then I saw it a couple of years ago... They divided the auditorium in half with a black curtain, cutting out half of the seats... And even THEN, they still had LOTS of empty seats (on two separate showings I saw). I think it was either it's time to retire, or for them to develop a new BMG show.

DznyGrlSDFeb 02, 2021

I only saw BMG once at Universal around 2010? It was good, but not a repeatable show (for me) like Cirque is.

TrainChasersFeb 01, 2021

I’ve only seen them in Chicago... how did they sell at universal?

the.dreamfinderFeb 01, 2021

It’s official BMG is out at UOR.

Magic FeatherFeb 01, 2021

An early concept had a moderate Cirque presence on the South campus. I’m under the impression that Disney fought for them to stay exclusive he they caught wind, drawn to life happened, the Universal project died.

the.dreamfinderFeb 01, 2021

https://www.orlandoweekly.com/Blogs/archives/2021/01/26/blue-man-group-may-leave-orlando-for-good-has-universal-outgrown-them Wasn’t there talk at one point of a new Cirque show at UNI?