Today is symbolic: ‘Cirque Du Soleil’ CEO speaks ahead of Disney’s ‘Drawn to Life’ debut

Today is symbolic: ‘Cirque Du Soleil’ CEO speaks ahead of Disney’s ‘Drawn to Life’ debut

Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Emotions and excitement rise as Cirque du Soleil and Walt Disney World debut their new show “Drawn to Life”.

The show opened to the public on Thursday after facing months of delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Today is symbolic. It’s not just the opening of a new show in Disney Springs, it’s the reopening of Cirque du Soleil as an organization. I can’t wait to see the vibes tonight at that theater for this reason,” said Daniel Lamarie, CEO of Cirque du Soleil.


The new show, a collaboration between Cirque du Soleil, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Imagineering, centers on a girl named Julie who discovers that her Disney animator father left behind an unfinished animation.

After more than a year of waiting, Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group and Disney Parks, Experiences and Products are pleased to announce that Drawn to Life is set to open on November 18, 2021. (Disney)

The story leads ten acrobatics as Jolie embarks on a quest filled with her childhood memories of Disney.

We rarely have a story people can rely on. “This is a wonderful and very emotional story, and I think people and families in general will really appreciate it,” Lamarie said.


“Drawn to Life” tickets are now available online or at the Disney Springs West Side box office.

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