Celebrated worldwide as one of today’s leaders in entertainment, Cirque du Soleil is giving corporate groups the opportunity to “peek behind the curtain” with SPARK, extraordinary experiences designed to educate, inspire and transform organizational teams. Harnessing the company’s best practices to create customized, “wow moment” training modules, the exclusive workshops are custom-built to enhance creativity, innovation and synergy among other desirable workplace qualities. For more information, please visit cirquedusoleil.com.
“Companies have been asking us for years how we manage to spark the creativity that you see onstage,” said James Guilford, SPARK program manager at Cirque du Soleil. “SPARK programs are our way to bring people into the Cirque world while also creating some of the most interactive and educational teambuilding experiences right onstage. It’s our hope that SPARK will ignite innovation, thoughtfulness and curiosity in everyone who participates.”
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KÀ by Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas made its first appearance at Comic-Con on opening night, Thursday, July 21st, with a dramatic showdown on the outside walls of PETCO Park in San Diego. The outdoor performance took place directly across the street from the San Diego Convention Center and included a display of dazzling 3-D projections. Created especially for Comic-Con, the performance tells the adventurous tale of KÀ by turning the stadium façade into an interactive performance space featuring 3-D projections and live acrobatics.
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Six Flags Over Georgia’s 11th roller coaster, the highly anticipated DARE DEVIL DIVE, is now open for thrills! The innovative new coaster sends riders over a 10-story vertical lift at a spine-tingling 95 degrees: beyond vertical!
Media, roller coaster enthusiasts and professional test pilots from Lockheed Martin Aeronautics were on hand for the launch of the park’s latest thrill offering. DARE DEVIL DIVE boasts three inversions, zero-gravity hills and high-speed turns. Riders travel in the world’s first “v-shape” trains fitted with lap bar restraints and stadium seating, paying homage to World War II-era stunt planes and the daring pilots that thrilled onlookers with their incredible aerial acrobatics. The ride soars at a blistering 52 miles per hour as it makes its way through 2,090 feet of twisted steel track.
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