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Cirque du Soleil: Delirium (2008)

Not Rated | | Family, Fantasy, Music | 20 August 2008 (USA)
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A live Cirque du Soleil performance featuring remixed music, visuals, musicians, singers, and dancers. Delirium is the quest for balance in a world increasingly out of sync with reality. ... See full summary »
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Elyanne Breton Elyanne Breton ... Female Singer
Gwen S. Jackson Gwen S. Jackson ... Female Singer
Dea Norberg Dea Norberg ... Female Singer
Chad Oliver Chad Oliver ... Lead Male Singer
Élage Diouf ... Singer / Percussionist (as El Hadji 'Elage' Diouf)
Karim Diouf Karim Diouf ... Singer / Percussionist
Maxime Lepage Maxime Lepage ... Himself - Band
James Mack James Mack ... Himself - Band
Richard Maheux Richard Maheux ... Himself - Band
Alexis Messier Alexis Messier ... Himself - Band
Mario Pietromonaco Mario Pietromonaco ... Himself - Band
David Robitaille David Robitaille ... Himself - Band
Karl Baumann Karl Baumann ... Bill
Sebastien Sfedj Sebastien Sfedj ... Businessman / Male Dancer
Eros Biox Eros Biox ... Gerbere / Stilts
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A live Cirque du Soleil performance featuring remixed music, visuals, musicians, singers, and dancers. Delirium is the quest for balance in a world increasingly out of sync with reality. Delirium is an urban tale, a mix of music, dance, theater, and multimedia. Written by Anonymous

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Worst Cirque du Soleil I've seen
18 October 2013 | by fubared1See all my reviews

This is really sad and pathetic. I haven't seen any of their later productions yet, but they appear to have hit rock bottom. Instead of wonderful acrobatics, we have lots of flashing lights and stage pyrotechnics, some lame choreography, even lamer music sung by lots of generic 'singers', none of any distinction, and about 4 or 5 actual circus acts, which all just repeats of earlier acts. And there are no clowns and zero humour! Instead of spending all their money on stage pyrotechnics and poor singers, they should invest in some new actual circus acts.

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