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March 17, 2004
The encounter between man and horse will bring its magic to Glendale in less than six weeks. Cavalia, a Cirque du Soleil-type event with horses, will debut in Glendale on April 27, said Norman Latourelle, Cavalia's founder. The city's Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday unanimously approved a deal to bring the production to Glendale. The show will take place in a giant big top, which will be erected on the corner of Orange and Colorado streets. Tickets, with prices ranging from $29 to $79, will go on sale Thursday at Cavalia's box office at www.cavalia.
NEWS
March 24, 2004
Josh Kleinbaum Amid the near-unanimous praise and support for Cavalia, the Cirque du Soleil-type event coming to Glendale in just over a month, there is a murmur of concern from the community -- cars. With 1,800 people expected to come to Glendale for the show each day, where are these cars going to park? How bad will traffic be? City officials, though, insist that the extra traffic generated by the show will not be overbearing. In fact, they are more concerned about feet than cars.
NEWS
March 13, 2004
Josh Kleinbaum Cirque du Soleil and the Kentucky Derby could come together in downtown Glendale this spring. On Tuesday, the city's Redevelopment Agency will consider an agreement with Cavalia, a Cirque du Soleil-type event featuring horses that could bring more than 14,000 people to downtown Glendale each week. "This is great for the city," said Harry Hall, president of the Downtown Glendale Merchants Assn. and owner of Milano's Cucina Italiana restaurant.
NEWS
March 23, 2004
Josh Kleinbaum After four days of ticket sales, it seems the hype surrounding Cavalia, a Cirque du Soleil-type event featuring horses, is translating into ticket sales. Sales for Cavalia's initial 10-shows-in-10-days run are thriving, and officials are considering putting another week on sale, Cavalia spokesman Martin Roy said. "We always had very good experience with sales," Roy said. "We were born under a good sign." Cavalia will open in a giant big top at the corner of Orange and Colorado streets on April 27. Roy would not give a specific number of tickets sold, but he said he expects the show to continue at a 95% to 97% capacity in the 1,800-seat canopy, similar to its San Francisco, Toronto and Montreal runs.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2007
Grand-scale show, featuring 54 magnificent horses and 37 artists continues at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, through January 28. President and artistic director Normand Latourelle announced the six additional performances, he wants to provide additional opportunities to see Cavalia before it begins its European tour, where it has already scheduled engagements in Brussels, Belgium opening March 8 and Amsterdam, Holland, opening May...
NEWS
March 18, 2004
Josh Kleinbaum When organizers of Cavalia, a Cirque du Soleil-type performance featuring horses and acrobats, were considering options for a Los Angeles-area venue, they did their homework. They looked at spots from Santa Monica to Santa Anita Park in Arcadia. They also looked at the Grove, a shopping hotspot in West Los Angeles owned and operated by developer Rick Caruso. The Grove did not have enough open space for the 26,264-foot big top. But Caruso knew another place that might.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dink O'Neal | January 30, 2011
Displaying amazing animal-human interactions, Cavalia presents its awe-inspiring originality under a multispired tent at the juncture of the Golden State Freeway and the Burbank Boulevard overpass. It would be grossly understating to summarize this one-of-a-kind experience as merely a hybrid of a traditional circus and a Cirque du Soleil production, although there are elements of both on display. Artistic/show director Normand Latourelle and his cast have instead crafted a historical tribute to the millennia-old relationship between mankind and horses.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 2, 2004
After enjoying sold-out extended runs in Toronto, Montreal and San Francisco, "Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Horse and Man" will make its exclusive Los Angeles engagement in Glendale, debuting April 27. Created by Normand Latourelle, one of the founders of Quebec's famed Cirque du Soleil, and directed by ...rick Villeneuve, "Cavalia" is a grand-scale spectacle involving acrobatics, music, projected images and more than 60 performers, including...
NEWS
May 31, 2004
Robert Chacon It's not just horse lovers who will be sorry to see Cavalia leave Glendale after this weekend. Restaurant managers who saw a jump in business during the show's five-week run will also miss it. The show, which features acrobats atop horses, is wrapping up its month-long stay after today's show. Cavalia has been a boon to restaurants in Glendale's central shopping district on Brand Boulevard with an increase in customers grabbing dinner before the show's 8 p.m. start time, restaurant managers said.
NEWS
April 26, 2004
HORSING AROUND IN DOWNTOWN GLENDALE Thirty-three horses and 27 humans will explore the bond between the two species in Cavalia, a two-hour Cirque du Soleil-type show that debuts in Glendale at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Under a half-acre big top at the corner of Central Avenue and Colorado Street, Cavalia will play for at least two weeks. Tickets range from $34 to $175, with discounts for children. For tickets, call (866) 999-8111, or visit www.cavalia.net. UNDERWEAR ON DISPLAY Bras for a Cause will take over the Oakmont Country Club, at 3100 Country Club Drive, at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
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By Dink O'Neal | January 30, 2011
Displaying amazing animal-human interactions, Cavalia presents its awe-inspiring originality under a multispired tent at the juncture of the Golden State Freeway and the Burbank Boulevard overpass. It would be grossly understating to summarize this one-of-a-kind experience as merely a hybrid of a traditional circus and a Cirque du Soleil production, although there are elements of both on display. Artistic/show director Normand Latourelle and his cast have instead crafted a historical tribute to the millennia-old relationship between mankind and horses.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2007
Grand-scale show, featuring 54 magnificent horses and 37 artists continues at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, through January 28. President and artistic director Normand Latourelle announced the six additional performances, he wants to provide additional opportunities to see Cavalia before it begins its European tour, where it has already scheduled engagements in Brussels, Belgium opening March 8 and Amsterdam, Holland, opening May...
NEWS
July 7, 2004
Appreciative for spotlight Cavalia shared with city Dear Mayor Yousefian: I wanted to take a moment to write to you to let you know how much it is appreciated that you did something really, really good for the city of Glendale, and that you and all of the city's participating departments and staffs deserve a very loud THANK YOU! I am referring, of course, to the recent highly successful run of the Cavalia show here in Glendale. If for some reason the city of Glendale wasn't on any map before this event, that can't be said now. Due to the tremendous print and broadcast media coverage that was generated by the Cavalia show throughout the greater Los Angeles and Southern California region, this unique entertainment event brought thousands and thousands of theater-goers to the city, and, needless to say, helped innumerable businesses -- mine among them.
NEWS
June 14, 2004
Thanking Cavalia for its spectacular mane event What a magical experience, this beautifully, breathtaking performance between humans and horses. I have attended Cavalia three times, each performance more [exceptional] than the last. Magali Delgado and her husband, Frederic Pignon, are absolutely fantastic, as are the others who ride the beautiful horses. The men and women acrobats are amazing in their acts. I am so thankful that Cavalia came to Glendale.
NEWS
May 31, 2004
Robert Chacon It's not just horse lovers who will be sorry to see Cavalia leave Glendale after this weekend. Restaurant managers who saw a jump in business during the show's five-week run will also miss it. The show, which features acrobats atop horses, is wrapping up its month-long stay after today's show. Cavalia has been a boon to restaurants in Glendale's central shopping district on Brand Boulevard with an increase in customers grabbing dinner before the show's 8 p.m. start time, restaurant managers said.
NEWS
May 24, 2004
POLICE DEBUT STATUE AT NEW HEADQUARTERS "Shield," the Glendale Police Department's memorial statue, will be unveiled Thursday, on the anniversary of slain Officer Charles Lazzaretto's death. He was killed in the line of duty in 1997. Lazzaretto's family and the family of Officer John Isaacson, who was killed while on duty in 1972, will help Glendale Police Chief Randy Adams unveil the statue. The figure is more than 12 feet tall and mounted on a marble base that adds another four feet to its height.
NEWS
May 13, 2004
Gang unit arrests alleged burglars NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- A sharp-eared Glendale Police investigator arrested two suspected burglars Saturday after he heard them manipulating a gun in a car, authorities said. Gurgen Martirosyan, 19, of Glendale, and Avetis Atalaryan, 25, of North Hills, were arrested Saturday after Investigator Arnell De Guzman and Sgt. Javier Ruiz heard the sound of metal against metal, according to a police report. Both realized it was the sound of a gun slide and ordered the car to stop.
NEWS
April 26, 2004
HORSING AROUND IN DOWNTOWN GLENDALE Thirty-three horses and 27 humans will explore the bond between the two species in Cavalia, a two-hour Cirque du Soleil-type show that debuts in Glendale at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Under a half-acre big top at the corner of Central Avenue and Colorado Street, Cavalia will play for at least two weeks. Tickets range from $34 to $175, with discounts for children. For tickets, call (866) 999-8111, or visit www.cavalia.net. UNDERWEAR ON DISPLAY Bras for a Cause will take over the Oakmont Country Club, at 3100 Country Club Drive, at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
NEWS
April 14, 2004
Josh Kleinbaum After about five minutes, Bandelero had seen enough. While the four people stood around talking, the large Lusitanian took a few steps forward and to his right, and then nestled his nose against the door to his stall. "He knows his place," said Magali Delgado, the equestrian co-director for Cavalia, a Cirque du Soleil-type show that will open April 27. Four days after arriving in Glendale, Bandelero knew exactly where home was -- a 10-by-10-foot stall in a warehouse last used as an artist's studio, smack in the middle of downtown Glendale.
NEWS
April 8, 2004
When it comes right down to it, the nose knows Cavalia boasts "over thirty horses." I'd rather drive through cesspooly odiferous La Canada Flintridge on the 210 Freeway with my windows down. KATE MORSTAD Montrose Wonderful on TV, should be even better in person I have seen the [Cavalia] performance on TV and they are wonderful. It will be quite an honor for Glendale to have them in the center of town. I will sure send for tickets.
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