For 19 years, Disney Springs provided one of Cirque du Soleil’s most beloved shows in their freestanding theater called “La Nouba” which featured a modern-day circus act filled with skilled performers, gymnasts, circus artists, and incredible acrobats.
As we have previously stated in April, Disney and Cirque du Soleil’s newest journey and stage show called “Drawn to Life” is heading to Disney Springs this fall according to Cirque Chief Executive Daniel Lamarre and according to the official Cirque du Soleil website, it looks like this show will be here soon!
“Drawn to Life” was originally set to debut last year, but due to the ongoing pandemic, it was postponed. Now a job opening has been announced according to the Cirque du Soleil’s website. The posting is currently searching for a Sales Coordinator – Resident Shows Division (Orlando, FL). Interested in the job? Here are some of the following responsibilities as per the official website:
The Sales Coordinator will be responsible for providing support for all sales activity as directed by the Senior Sales Manager. You will contribute to ensuring the highest degree of customer service and efficiency in an overall effort to maximize sales. Assist in researching, qualifying, and setting up all partners for the Drawn to Life production.
Want to know more about this new show coming to Disney Springs? As per the official Cirque du Soleil’s website:
Drawn to Life invites you into an astounding world where the art of Walt Disney Animation is experienced like never before. Gather your whole family for an unforgettable leap into this amazing new show—a live acrobatic journey where our stage is transformed into a giant animation table. The art of classic Disney animation is reinterpreted through innovative design, acrobatic performances, dazzling choreography, eclectic costuming, all-new Disney animation and an original score inspired by timeless Disney music. The show is absolutely alive with all the high-flying, mind-blowing exuberance that Cirque du Soleil is famous for.
This love letter to the art of Disney animation celebrates life in all of its motions and emotions. The show tells the story of a determined girl who discovers one last gift left by her animator father: a sequence of unfinished drawings. Guided by a magical pencil and a quirky troupe of imaginative muses, she embarks on an inspiring quest filled with her childhood Disney memories. We’ll follow her as she leaps into a whimsical world of animation and discovers new possibilities that animate the story of her future.
Are you ready to experience “Drawn to Life” in Disney Springs soon? What other Disney shows are you excited to see return? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!