The show will remain in the state capital until December 17, with tickets ranging from $ 125 to $ 700, exhausted for various sectors and dates. And then, on December 28th, the presentation goes to Rio de Janeiro.
“Amaluna” premiered in 2012 in Montreal, Canada, and has since had four million viewers and went through 30 cities in ten countries. The show is considered a tribute to women and has a cast of 50 artists (mostly women) and more than 130 costumes.
Cirque du Soleil is considered the largest theater group in the world, with about 4,000 employees, including 1,300 artists from 50 countries. The tours have already toured around 400 cities in 40 countries on six continents.
There are still other impressive numbers of the company: 160 million people have already seen some circus presentation; and ten million tickets to their shows sold only in 2010.
Some of the Cirque du Soleil productions were also revealed: US $ 30 million with the Varekai tour, which debuted in 2002; $ 60 million a year with The Beatles show; and $ 157.3 million grossed in 2013 with production in honor of Michael Jackson.
Source: Panrotas / Forbes Brasil