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Performed in one ring and exotically titled e. Founded by Guy Laliberte, the circus began touring in and has grown into a multimillion-dollar entertainment empire. In the company premiered its first Las Vegas show; another show is regularly presented at Walt Disney World in Florida.
By the early 21st century, Cirque du Soleil was presenting more than a dozen touring shows simultaneously worldwide. The nightmare that was presented in the beginning on this case is the biggest threat Daniel Lamarre, Cirque du Soleil's current president and CEO, fears.
Cirque du Soleil is insecure of its current position because Lamarre feels it's not as creative as it used to be. He fears that MGM Mirage will find a new, better and more creative partner for their new shows; he also fears that he will be the first to produce a bad Cirque du Soleil show.
One of the issues that Cirque du Soleil is worried about is the future of Cirque. Lamarre is looking for opportunity for Cirque du Soleil and has established criteria for all new developments.
He is concerned if the partnership can be sustainable in long run, is there is a good return to be made, if there is a creative challenge, and will the partner stick to Cirque's social responsibility parameters?
Could the company support its spurt of new projects? With so many opportunities available, was Cirque truly entering the right markets? And would its new partnerships be as successful as the one with MGM Mirage?
Inthe growth strategy and the multiple productions had left the entire organization exhausted. Another problem that Cirque faced was that creative team members debated on topics such as royalty structures, creative control, and future artistic direction.
InFranco Dragone and a few other creators left Cirque du Soleil. From that time on, laliberte made sure that the heart of Cirque's creative process was its organizations, not a particular group of people. As Cirque grew, they always were unwilling to compromise on quality or artistic integrity resulting them not to outsource any activity.
Cirque had rejected many opportunities when it could not maintain full creative control or when a creative challenge was not met. Cirque almost signed a deal with Columbia Pictures but Laliberte didn't stay long at the party for the joint venture because he realized that Columbia Picture just wanted to lock up their story and brand name, and walk around like they owned Cirque du Soleil.
This is the reason why Cirque du Soleil stands where it belongs; it deserves the reputation and respect it had earned over the years. Cirque du Soleil's main activities consisted of touring and resident shows. Cirque never abandoned its roots; it always toured from city to city.
Its touring operations traveled across four continents and to more than cities. On the other hand, resident shows were always partnered with organizations that are willing to invest in the overall production of the show and theater; and these shows were stationed in tourist destinations that attracted tens of millions of tourists annually.
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