The new Cirque du Soleil show, “Drawn to Life,” is coming soon to Disney Springs and some new photos of show elements have just debuted! Disney Springs just tweeted four photos on Thursday, telling followers to “take a sneak peek” at the show.
Take a sneak peek at a few creative elements from new @Cirque show "Drawn to Life" opening in April 2020 at @DisneySprings!🎨 🎪 🐭 ✨ Book your tickets now: https://t.co/drAIZgd8rf pic.twitter.com/oCYwcQiwrV
— Disney Springs (@DisneySprings) January 16, 2020
The show is coming very soon– officially premiering April 17 of this year. According to Cirque du Soleil, though, they’ll have previews for the show starting March 20. This means that you need to book your tickets now! Click here to grab them before they’re gone.
These concept photos allow Cirque fans to get an idea of what the new show will feature and a an idea of the story line. According to Cirque du Soleil, the show will feature the art of Disney animation while mixing “acrobatic sequences, dazzling choreography, musical masterpieces, and whimsical characters.”
You can even see some of the costumes that a few of the “Drawn to Life” stars will be wearing- and they look pretty unique!
As many know, Cirque du Soleil is an amazing high-energy and captivating performance. Combining that with creative team of Disney too? Now there is a whole WORLD of possibilities for this new show.
This isn’t the first Cirque x Disney show to debut! La Nouba premiered in 1998 at Downtown Disney (known now as Disney Springs) and was a hit. Hopefully this won’t be the last time they partner for a show, either! Let us know in the comments if you are planning on seeing “Drawn to Life” at Disney Springs when it opens in April!
Photo source Disney Springs Twitter. (@DisneySprings)
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