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Dolby Theatre
6801 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 2123 members
Review from Ron
27 events 13 reviews

This rates 5-stars for visual impact and technical skill, but only 1-star for storytelling, clarity, stage choreography, heart, and soul....It is great entertainment, well-worth the Goldstar price, but not the list price of tickets. If you have...continued

reviewed Jun 15 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from FredZ2
Red Velvet 73 events 26 reviews

Could not see about 1/3 of the show due to the obstructed view seats in the fifth row on the very right side of the theatre. The seats were not advertised as obstructed view and I'm a red velvet member so really disappointed with the way this...continued

reviewed Dec 31 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from hookashank
21 events 6 reviews

I love Cirque du Soleil shows, but if you've seen their shows in Vegas then I would say this is good, but not spectacular. I wouldn't compare it to O, Love, Mystere, etc. If it's your first Cirque du Soleil show then you'll love it, but I could...continued

reviewed Sep 17 2011 report as inappropriate
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Cirque du Soleil® invites you to IRIS, a Journey Through the World of Cinema. This large-scale production – created exclusively for the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles – offers a new take on the art of cinema as only Cirque du Soleil could imagine it. IRIS is an inventive spectacle that combines acrobatics, dance, projections and live music. The show takes the audience on a mesmerizing journey that blurs boundaries between live performance and moving images. IRIS plunges spectators into the heart of the movie-making process, from illustration to animation, black and white to colour, into a world of shadows and light. The story unfolds as two young heroes venture through a universe that brings to life a succession of cinematic genres. Join acclaimed choreographer/director Philippe Decouflé and Oscar-nominated composer Danny Elfman on this fantastic voyage breathtakingly unfurled with 72 performers.

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