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Outside the Zarkana Theater.

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7:00 pm. and 9:30 pm.

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90분

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1인당 $69 - $180

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855.ZARKANA

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10:00 am. - 10:00 pm.

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2nd Floor Promenade Level
3730 Las Vegas Blvd South 
Las Vegas, NV

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866.353.5625(12인 이상)
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Guy LaliberteFounder

Guy Laliberté was born in Québec City in 1959. An accordionist, stilt-walker and fire-eater, he founded Québec's first internationally-renowned circus with the support of a small group of accomplices. A bold visionary, Guy Laliberté recognized and cultivated the talents of the street performers from the Fête Foraine de Baie-Saint-Paul and created Cirque du Soleil in 1984.

Gilles Ste-Croixartistic guide

When Gilles Ste-Croix first told his parents he wanted to go into show business they said, “Anything but that!” Ste-Croix grew up in rural Québec, but he was determined not to stay there. He became a hippie and a nomad, living in communes and making the obligatory ‘60s pilgrimage to the West Coast where he audited some drama classes. Ste-Croix participated in the founding of Cirque du Soleil after organizing the Fête Foraine de Baie-Saint-Paul in 1980.

Francois Girard각본 및 감독

퀘벡을 대표하는 크리에이터인 François Girard는 다양한 장르를 넘나들며 수년간 세계적 명성을 쌓았습니다. 음악 애호가인 그는 음악이 중심이 되는 음악성이 풍부한 작품들을 쓰고 감독한 것으로 유명합니다. 자르카나는 François Girard가 도쿄 상설 공연인 ZED에 이어 두 번째로 각본 및 감독을 맡은 태양의 서커스 작품입니다.

Line Tremblay크리에이티브 디렉터

Line Tremblay는 1984년 자유로운 열정에 매료되어 태양의 서커스를 사랑하게 되었고, 그 열정은 한번도 식은 적이 없습니다. 태양의 서커스에 참여하기 전 Line은 Radio-Canada의 조감독으로 디자이너, 크리에이터들과 긴밀하게 일하면서 영화와 TV 경력을 쌓았습니다. 1992년 Franco Dragone을 만나 미스테르(Mystère), 알레그리아(Alegría), 퀴담(Quidam), "O", 라 누바(La Nouba) 등 여러 태양의 서커스 공연에서 감독 및 크리에이션을 도왔습니다. 

Stephane Roy무대 및 소품 디자인

캐나다 국립연극학교(National Theatre School of Canada) 출신의 Stéphane Roy는 몬트리올과 해외에서 100건이 넘는 작품의 무대 디자인 및 아트 디렉팅을 맡았습니다. 연극과 무용 공연을 주로 하지만 영화, TV, 광고와 버라이어티 쇼까지 넘나듭니다. 건축가인 아버지와 연극인 어머니 사이에서 태어나 다방면의 전문 경험과 독특한 사회적, 예술적 시각까지 겸비한 Stéphane가 드랄리온(Dralion)을 필두로 바레카이(Varekai), 주마니티(Zumanity), 쿠자(KOOZA)와 자르카나에 이르는 태양의 서커스에 끌린 것은 운명과도 같았습니다.

Alan Hranitelj의상 디자인

고향인 크로아티아 자그레브의 시각예술학교(School for the Visual Arts)를 졸업한 Alan Hranitelj는 1985년부터 슬로베니아에 살면서, 수도 류블랴나에서 Baptism Under Triglav(트리글라브 산의 세례) 공연의 분장을 맡았습니다. 1987년 - 2010년에는 류블랴나 현대미술관의 솔로 및 그룹전(1991), 류블랴나 시립 미술관(1991-1995) 및 코펜하겐에서 열린 '96 유럽 문화 수도 행사(1996)를 포함한 200여개 프로젝트의 의상 디자인을 맡았습니다. 2000년 런던 밀레니엄 돔에서 열린 움직임 연극과 패션쇼에도 참여했습니다. Vito Taufer, Mateja Koležnik, Diego de Brea, Matjaž Berger, Meta Hočevar 등 쟁쟁한 감독들의 여러 고전 및 현대 연극과 오페라에서도 의상 디자인을 맡았습니다. 자르카나는 그의 태양의 서커스 첫 작품입니다.

Set Design

The overall aesthetics were inspired by the Art Nouveau movement of the last century, as well as the works of Gaudí and Klimt, while many of the organic shapes in the set elements are a nod to the master French glassmaker and jeweler René Lalique. More perceptive observers will notice these influences in the design of the acrobatic equipment – especially in the lines at their extremities.

Keen observers will also note that the shape of the hole through which Zark makes his first entrance reproduces the outline of Manhattan, while the moon above the stage marks the exact position of Radio City Music Hall.

Image & Video Content

The complex video content of the show was developed with a cinematic approach and plays an integral role in the storytelling. The goal was to bring maximum credibility to this strange parallel world through lifelike moving images on an enormous LED wall at the rear of the set, and projections on the second of three arches that react to the movements of the performers.

Light Wall

There are more than three million pixels of LEDs on the 90ft by 40ft light wall upstage and the LED arch made of of 118 separate panels. This setup allows for the larger-than-life cinematic tableaux that lend the surreal world of Zarkana a heightened sense of reality.

Trapeze

The cradle stations used in the flying trapeze act do not employ steel cables to keep them in position. They rely entirely on "hanger tubes" for their rigidity. The structure of the high wire number installed on the floor of the theatre’s orchestra pit is freestanding, without any anchor points.

Bandstands

The two Eagle’s-head bandstands that house the musicians on either side of the stage are 28ft tall and weigh more than 9,000 pounds each.

Costume ThemesA modern twist on the 1920s and 1930s

The characters in Zarkana inhabit a surreal world inspired by the American circus sideshows that flourished in the 1930s and the spirit of the golden age of Coney Island. The overall visual aesthetic of their costumes – 250 in all – is a modern take on the look of the 1920s, the 1930s and the Art Deco movement. 

Red and pinkSymbols of love and passion

Flowers are important to the overall color scheme and design motifs of the costumes, and the reds and pinks of roses play a particularly significant symbolic role in the show, representing the love and passion between Zark and Lia – the only characters dressed predominantly in red. 

Fabrics and printing

To create the costumes for Zarkana’s quirky crew of oddball characters and acrobats, Alan worked with a wide range of synthetic fabrics such as polyester, and neoprene, and specialized color printing techniques such as sublimation, many of which were developed by the innovators in the Cirque du Soleil costume workshop. 

Tarantula

Tarantula, the spider-woman mutant’s costume suggests all of the perceived danger in her arachnid identity. Her spider legs are extensions to her costume that are attached to the mechanism that allows her to descend to the stage from the ceiling. 

Jovians

The costumes of the extraterrestrial Jovians were originally inspired by a fictitious tribe that lived off the bounty of the sea. When they went fishing, they wore costumes that made them look like fish to fool their prey. The Jovians’ costumes are made of double-laminated Lycra and decorated with bubbles that represent the foam excreted by the fish.