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SALTIMBANCO is the longest running Cirque du Soleil touring show, which started way back in 1992. It comes from the Italian word “Saltare in Banco” which means “to jump on a bench”. It is inspired by life in an urban city and the interesting people living in it.
Like other Cirque du Soleil shows, it displays artistic circus acts with colorful costumes weaved into a socially relevant story (with funny clown acts as intermission). It features original live music described as “ethereal yet baroque, rhythmic and cosmopolitan” and an invented language inspired by Arabic, Swedish and German.
The sun is out, and Saltimbanco brings timely, colorful fun to Manila. 🙂 Finally, after 20 years, Filipinos can watch Saltimbanco on Philippine soil!
Here are some tips to enjoy the show and some background information on the characters:
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