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March 21, 2004 | Don Shirley
"Cavalia," the latest French Canadian theatrical spectacle, will make its Southern California debut April 27 on a lot next to the Glendale Galleria. Subtitled "A Magical Encounter Between Horse and Man," "Cavalia" features 33 horses, human acrobats, a giant screen and music. Its creator, Normand Latourelle, was one of the founders of Cirque du Soleil. But why Glendale? Angelenos are used to seeing the Cirque at the Santa Monica Pier or, most recently, Staples Center.
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April 25, 2004 | Louise Roug, Times Staff Writer
In a lot across from the Glendale Galleria, performers from "Cavalia" have commandeered an abandoned building. Inside, it's like camp for adults -- with no-smoking signs in French, acrobats eating lunch at rickety tables and, in a nearby tent, a stable full of white stallions. "Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Horse and Man" was created by Normand Latourelle, one of the founders of Cirque du Soleil. It is a circus of sorts -- with horses.
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April 25, 2004 | Louise Roug, Times Staff Writer
In a lot across from the Glendale Galleria, performers from "Cavalia" have commandeered an abandoned building. Inside, it's like camp for adults -- with no-smoking signs in French, acrobats eating lunch at rickety tables and, in a nearby tent, a stable full of white stallions. "Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Horse and Man" was created by Normand Latourelle, one of the founders of Cirque du Soleil. It is a circus of sorts -- with horses.
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March 21, 2004 | Don Shirley
"Cavalia," the latest French Canadian theatrical spectacle, will make its Southern California debut April 27 on a lot next to the Glendale Galleria. Subtitled "A Magical Encounter Between Horse and Man," "Cavalia" features 33 horses, human acrobats, a giant screen and music. Its creator, Normand Latourelle, was one of the founders of Cirque du Soleil. But why Glendale? Angelenos are used to seeing the Cirque at the Santa Monica Pier or, most recently, Staples Center.
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