Disney’s ‘Drawn to Life’ Cirque du Soleil show gets opening date

ORLANDO, Fla. – Disney’s extensive-awaited Cirque du Soleil present — “Drawn to Life” — will formally open up to audiences at Disney Springs on Nov. 18, the corporation introduced on Tuesday.

The new present, which is a collaboration between Cirque du Soleil, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Imagineering, focuses on a female named Julie who discovers that her Disney animator father left guiding an unfinished animation.

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Ten acrobatic functions drive the story as Julie embarks on a quest filled with her childhood reminiscences of Disney.


“The relatives-helpful show provides timeless Disney stories and figures to existence in an unforgettable way via the use of impressive structure, acrobatic performances, stunning choreography, musical scores, model-new animation lovingly produced by Disney Animation artists, and some further touches of Disney magic,” Disney explained on its site.


The exhibit was at first scheduled to open up last calendar year but was put on maintain thanks to the coronavirus pandemic shuttering theater doorways.

Through the show’s downtime, Disney mentioned a lot of of the artists stayed in shape by training at residence or at nearby services.

Tickets for the normal community will be accessible for purchase on Aug. 20.

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