Cirque du Soleil: Dralion
- Documentary, Music

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion

Cirque du Soleil: Dralion (2001)

Release : 2001-08-04
Genre : Documentary, Music
Runtime : 89 minutes
Company : Serpent Films Productions, Cirque du Soleil Images
Cast : Zhao Jian, Henriette Gbou, Juliana Neves, Sheetal Gandhi, Luis Pelegrini, Luan Leilei
Language : en

Descriptions Cirque du Soleil: Dralion

The Chinese consider the lion a symbol of good luck, so it’s a half-dragon, half-lion – a dralion – that is the symbol of the East-meets-West fusion of this performance in which 36 Chinese acrobats join the renowned Canadian troupe. Celebrating the four elements as represented in four colours – blue (air), green (water), red (fire) and ochre (earth) – Dralion combines ancient Chinese circus traditions with Cirque du Soleil’s usual stunning elements: the techno-oriented single ring; the multicoloured lights and costumes; the music that mixes rock, New Age and various world influences (though not Chinese); and the madcap clowns that pull a victim out of the audience.

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