Interview: Erica Linz of Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away

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If you've ever been to Las Vegas, you are probably well aware of Cirque du Soleil. One of the mainstays of the Vegas strip and the originator of the big spectacle circus show, it has been delighting audiences for years. Formed in Quebec, Canada in 1984, it has grown over the years from one show to about 20 regular Las Vegas and touring shows, and at any given time employs upwards of 4000 people.

Throughout the years, various productions have been shot for television and the screen, but never before in this way. Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away is a big screen extravaganza like no other. Producer James Cameron and director Adam Adamson take you where the stage show can't: beneath the water, high in the air, and in glorious digital 3D. Bringing viewers into this world directly is star Erica Linz who, takes the audience through the worlds of "KA", "O", "The Beatles: Love", and many more. I had the chance to speak with her in advance of today's release.

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Tags: Erica Linz, Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away, Cirque du Soleil, 3D, James Cameron, Andrew Adamson, Las Vegas

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