Welcome to the rebirth of Quidam Fan!
When I was in high school and early college, I maintained a website that I devoted to providing the public with as much information and news about Cirque du Soleil’s, Quidam. It is a show that I was truly touched by when I was 13 and wanted to share with the world. Of course because of college, my priorities shifted more towards my studies and the Quidam Fan Site began to gather thick layers of dust.
Fast forward to today. A few weeks ago, I discovered that my website was disabled due to inactivity (understandably). Even though I neglected it, it pained me to see all of that hard work quickly taken away. I called Angelfire (they still even exist?!?) and they kindly unblocked the site and as of today it is still available to view. But with these old free html servers like Geocities shutting down I thought maybe it is time I bring this website back in a new updated form. What further pushed me to revive the site is that Quidam will be switching to an arena format at the end of this year. With the show about to reach new audiences, could there be a better time?
In this blog, expect more than just updates on the show. I hope to provide you with the history of the show from conception and on, current projects by former Quidam performers, newly discovered footage, and interesting press articles and media from over the years, and a lot more.
I know that devoting a blog only to Quidam may be extremely specialized. But as you will see, there is a lot to be covered from just one Cirque du Soleil show. As much as I do love Cirque du Soleil, it is Quidam that I personally find the most noteworthy of all the shows. If you are looking for general and ticketing information about the company visit their website at http://www.cirquedusoleil.com or the unofficial forum at http://www.cirquetribune.com
To visit the former Quidam Fan Site: http://www.angelfire.com/amiga/quidam/