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Cirque's La Nouba

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by soundop, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. soundop

    soundop Active Member

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    any one on here seen this, or work on it and is it worth the 75 bucks ? im going tonight on the recommendation of my td
     
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    themuzicman Well-Known Member

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    It is worth it!
     
  3. bdkdesigns

    bdkdesigns Active Member Fight Leukemia

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    It is definitely worth it. I've seen it several times from the booth. You won't regret it :)
     
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    I was just in Disney on a drama trip and we saw it Friday night. Great show. I got to tour the facilty for a workshop the next day. it was pretty sweet. :grin:...everyone was making fun of me for practically drooling. (I was the only major tech person on the trip)
     
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    Are you still in High School?

    Who'd you talk to to get to see the facility/workshop?
     
  6. soundop

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    For lack of a better word the show was ORGASMIC! it was worth the money, and I personally am glad i got a cheaper seat, any way i hung out and talked to the sound tech after the show, and they have 2 cadacs that are worth 500k a piece (im not sure how true that is, but id believe it) i would have liked to see there equipment in the booth, and for the rigging automation.
     
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    we went through Y.E.S tours. its not just tech stuff, its history, and they take you around to a couple of the training rooms. you get to see the booth (well the lights part, which is just a computer) and they will take you on and below the stage where all of the lifts are... its pretty cool...well for a drama trip.
     

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