We have some good news today! Previously we reported on Cirque du Soleil’s bankruptcy filing a couple of days ago. In that article it was mentioned that performers would likely still get called back as the company tries “..to restructure the company debt, which is about $1 billion. They are also looking for assistance from the Canadian government and “private equity firms.”
Now it seems that we finally have dates for the highly anticipated ‘Drawn to Life’ show coming to Disney Springs. Originally the show was supposed to debut on April 17, 2020, but it was shut down over the COVID-19 pandemic, with the rest of Disney Springs.
WDWNT has found that there are now tickets available for the show on the Cirque du Soleil website:
The show dates begin on November 5th and run Tuesdays through Saturdays at 5:30 PM. Costs of tickets start at $79.
Prices seem to be as follows: $79, $95, $109, $139, $155, $179, and depend on where you choose your seats.
Here’s the chart:
What’s interesting is that the seats all seem to be available, but I would expect that to possibly change if they are still required to physically distance.
It’s good news though. I know a lot of people were really looking forward to the new show.
Here’s the synopsis from Disney:
“Drawn to Life is a live acrobatic journey telling the story of Julie, a determined girl who discovers an unexpected gift left by her Disney animator father: an unfinished animation. As she dives into the inner world of animation, Julie embarks on an inspiring quest guided by a surprising pencil and filled with her childhood Disney memories. The story is driven by ten unique acrobatic acts, including an energetic Rhythmic Gymnastics group number and a pencil-test-inspired Aerial Pole routine, both of which were unveiled today. Drawn to Life also features animation from beloved Disney films as well as all-new animation created by Disney artists led by Eric Goldberg, best known for characters such as the Genie in the animated classic, “Aladdin.”
If you had tickets prior to the shutdown, Cirque du Soleil offered replacement tickets or refunds and you can find out more by calling (702) 352-0221.
If you would like to buy tickets you can do so HERE.
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