Lord Of The Dance - Michael Flatley(Modified)2011-Dublin,Ireland
LORD OF THE DANCE,
din nou la Bucuresti!
Cu un show nou si o coregrafie si mai spectaculoasa, Lord Of The Dance revine la Bucuresti in primavara acestui an! Cea mai cunoscuta trupa de dans irlandez va ajunge in capitala pe 14 martie 2014
, la numai cateva zile dupa reprezentatiile ce vor avea loc la Timisoara si Cluj. Spectacolul de la Bucuresti este organizat de Project Events.
Lord of the Dance;
is an Irish musical and dance production that was created, choreographed, and produced by Irish-American dancer Michael Flatley, who also took a starring role. The music for the show was written by Ronan Hardiman.
Cry Of The Celts
Suil A Ruin
Strings Of Fire
Erin The Goddess
The Lord Of The Dance
Spirit In The New World
She Moved Through The Fair
Lord of the Dance had preview shows at the Point Theatre in Dublin from 28 June to 1 July 1996. The show staged a premiere performance on 27 June 1996 – the video was filmed on 2 July 1996. The story follows the character "Lord of the Dance" and his fight against the evil dark lord "Don Dorcha" from taking over Planet Ireland. The "Lord of the Dance" defeats the dark lord's invasion with help from a little spirit. There is also a story with a "love vs lust" theme expressed through dance throughout the show. "Saoirse, the Irish Cailín" fights for the love of the "Lord of the Dance" against the wicked "Morrighan, the Temptress". The stories are based on ancient Irish folklore and some Biblical references; the title itself, along with the central musical theme, is taken from a contemporary hymn.
In March 1997, Lord of the Dance was performed at the Oscars. That November, Lord of the Dance expanded operations by forming several troupes of dancers which would tour North America and Europe. Flatley signed a contract with Disney for Lord of the Dance to perform at Epcot in Walt Disney World in the summer of 1999 and Lord of the Dance was asked back the following summer in 2000. Troupe 4 performed at the Disneyland Paris Resort in 2002 and 2003. There are currently two troupes of Lord of the Dance productions touring the world: Troupe 1, currently touring throughout Europe and Asia and Troupe 2, touring US and Canada including Europe too.
Feet of Flames;
On 25 July 1998 after two years of touring, Flatley created Feet of Flames, an expanded version of Lord of the Dance. Feet of Flames took the dancers from all the troupes and put them together, totalling almost 100. The final stage was 180 feet (55 m) wide with multiple levels. The show was held before 25,000 people in London's Hyde Park. The special feature was a dance solo by Flatley without music. It was supposed to be the last time Flatley danced live on stage, but a different version of the show would later go on tour in 2000–01 (only one troupe appeared on this tour). The show in Hyde Park was the last time Michael Flatley danced in "Lord of the Dance", he would go on to do the Feet of Flames World Tour, and after that Celtic Tiger. The Lord of the Dance 10th Anniversary Party was held in June 2006.
2010 Reunion tour
Michael returned to performed in Feet of Flames 2009 in Taipei.
In April 2010, he announced[clarification needed] that he would be returning to headline the Lord of the Dance show, with performances in Dublin's The O2, Belfast's Odyssey Arena, London's O2 arena, Sheffield's Sheffield Arena, Manchester's MEN Arena, Birmingham's LG Arena, Nottingham's Trent FM Arena, Liverpool's Echo Arena, London's Wembley Arena, Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena in November 2010, with dates also announced in Germany, Switzerland & Austria, the first time he will have done so since 1998.
A DVD and Blu-ray disc of the film was released entitled "Michael Flatley Returns as Lord of the Dance" on 28 June 2011 in USA and Canada, and 4 August in Australia, 12 September 2011 in the UK and October in Germany, France, Benelux and Scandinavia. The 3D version of the film was released only in Blu-ray in late 2011. The film shows the performances from the O2 Arenas of London, Dublin, and Berlin.
Lord of The Dance: Michael Flatley
Saoirse, the Irish Cailín: Bernadette Flynn
Morrighan the Temptress: Gillian Norris
Don Dorcha: Daire Nolan
The Little Spirit: Helen Egan
Fiddlers: Máiréad Nesbitt and Cora Smyth
Erin the Goddess: Anne Buckley
Original Band (1996 show)
Dave Keary, Guitar
Eamon Byrne, Bass
Gary Sullivan, Drums
Máiréad Nesbitt, Fiddles
Cora Smyth, Fiddles
Liam O'Connor, Box
Ger Fahey, Pipes