"ONE" - Die Show

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    • Die Spannung wächst und morgen ist es so weit: Die Vorpremiere von "Michael Jackson ONE". Da tut sich zurzeit etwas auf FB - und hier sind meine gesammelten Werke. Erste vollständige Kostümprobe war am 18. Mai 2013, zu der auch Vertreter ausgewählter internationaler MJ-Communities eingeladen waren. ich habe 'mal ein paar Berichte zusammengetragen:




      China blüht vor Stolz, dass 7 chinesische Akrobaten bei "Michael Jackson ONE" dabei sind:


      Der Shop von "Michael Jackson ONE" wird zum MJ-Konsumtempel überhaupt. In den oben aufgeführten Berichten klärt sich auch das Geheimnis um das "Hologramm". Der MJE war sogar bei der NASA und hat sich die neuste Technik vorführen lassen. Und die Technik war noch nicht reif für die Bühne. Also hat man einen MJ-Impersonator genommen und die vorhandene Technik genutzt, um eine Art perfektes Hologramm auf die Bühne zu bringen. Wie das wohl aussehen wird?

      Noch drei weitere Links:



      Gerade vor ein paar Minuten - Michael Jackson ONE - Love

      [ame='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taiTdcdlWqQ']Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil | Love - YouTube[/ame]

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    • Well, for us the highlight of the show was without doubt “Man In The Mirror”. Whatever your opinion is, you can not deny the magical artistry
      of the performance and creativeness for what we felt should of been the finale.Michael Jackson is brought back to life as a hologram. It’s tastefully done, it’s
      magical, it’s a very special moment and it’s very clever. The hologram Michael interacts with the dancers as he performs Man in the mirror, (we
      have created a visual to give you an idea see below) – but the hologram Michael is amazing. The moves are not perfect, but the spirit of
      Michael is center stage and for that moment – you are captivated. Particles magically bring Michael alive as his spirit floats and flies
      seamlessly across the stage.


      Hologramm bei Man in the mirror!
    • Michael JacksonONE – SETLIST – Stand: 18 MAI 2013
      Pre-show : Privacy
      Opening : video medley
      Beat It
      Tabloid Junkie
      2 BAD
      Stranger In Moscow
      Smooth Criminal
      I ll Be There
      Human Nature / Never Can Say Goodbye
      They Don´t Care About Us
      Planet Earth / Earth Song
      Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’
      The Way You Make Me Feel
      Dangerous / Dirty Diana
      Heartbreak Hotel / Working Day And Night
      Billie Jean
      I Just Can´t Stop Loving You
      Man In The Mirror
      Can You Feel It
      Black Or White
      Another Part Of Me

      Quelle: Michael Jackson Fans of Southern California (MJFSC)
    • Media & Entertainment |5/24/2013 @ 4:01AM |379 views
      Michael Jackson's Hologram Rocks Las Vegas

      Michael Jackson: The hologram King of Pop.
      It only seems fitting that Michael Jackson, the man who brought the world “Thriller,” was resurrected on a Las Vegas stage late Thursday night—in the form of a hologram.

      The moment occurred toward the end of the first public performance of Michael Jackson ONE, a joint venture between Cirque du Soleil and Jackson’s estate. The singer’s apparition materialized from a cloud of gold pixie dust and proceeded to deliver a rousing rendition of “Man In The Mirror.”

      Throughout the song, Jackson’s hologram stomps around the stage as a coterie of backup dancers swirl around him, moving in unison like a school of fish with one illusory leader. The phantom Jackson even executes a move that involves dropping to one knee and getting back up; he’s briefly transformed into a Jackson 5 era version of himself before evaporating at the song’s end.

      When Jackson first appeared onstage, you could feel a swell of energy ripple through the sellout crowd at Mandalay Bay. It wasn’t accompanied by the volume level of some of the show’s other big moments, almost as if the audience was holding its collective breath to keep from shattering the fleeting sliver of hope that this was not an illusion, but the King of Pop himself.

      That’s the same sort of reaction that Tupac Shakur’s hologram received when it debuted at Coachella last year. Indeed, similar technology was used for both (technically, they’re illusions, not holograms). But Jackson’s actually danced and overlapped with cohorts onstage; Shakur’s merely rapped in the direction of Snoop Dogg, who was standing ten feet away.

      Much was made of Shakur’s spectral return and the possibility of a hologram tour, yet nothing of the sort has progressed beyond rumor. Shortly after Jeff Jampol (who serves as a consultant to the Jackson estate) took over management of Shakur’s estate, he downplayed the likelihood of a solo tour for the rapper.

      The illusory Jackson, on the other hand, is just one cog in a vast postmortem performance machine. The Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour grossed $160 million in it its initial leg, tops among all North American tours last year.

      The new Vegas-based show will be hard-pressed to match Immortal’s results, given that it’s based in a 1,800-seat venue, while the latter fills up basketball arenas.

      But if last night was any indication, ONE is headed in the right direction: according to sources close to the matter, all performances are sold out through the end of May at an average ticket price of about $125.

      The King of Pop pulled in $145 million in 2012—and now with two Cirque du Soleil shows and a hologram, this year’s number should stay in the stratosphere.

    • Die Fotos von dem Shop "ONE" sind ja schon fast viral - und seit heute Nacht gibt es wohl auch die Möglichkeit, eine Auswahl der ONE-Produkte direkt online zu erwerben:


      Sollte dieser Link nicht so funktionieren, dann nur auf den folgenden Link gehen und "Michael Jackson ONE" auswählen:


      Es gibt da Schals!!! Ich sammele Schals!
    • Die-hard Michael Jackson fans flew in from as far away as Thailand and Japan to attend Thursday night’s first preview performance of Cirque du Soleil’s new “Michael Jackson One” at Mandalay Bay. Tickets, hotel and airfare cost a small fortune, but like me — and I purchased my tickets — they agreed that it was worth every penny, and then some.
      Hard-Core Fans kamen aus der ganzen Welt und gaben ein kleines Vermögens aus, aber es war jeden Cent wert.

      The routine using rare, lengthy footage of Michael dancing as a hologram for the Cirque troupe is modern technology at its most brilliant. It’s emotional because it’s so magically real. Michael has become the star of the show he would’ve been thrilled to have watched or taken part. So much so that Michael’s image and creative genius were still alive last night.
      “Michael Jackson One” is a fabulous and incredible spectacular from start to finish. This was a preview; imagine how Cirque and writer-director Jamie King can make it even bigger or better for the
      June 29 premiere. We posted a preview of the show Thursday with links to my interviews with “One’s” creative team leading up to last night’s performance.
      Michaels technische Darstellung als Hologramm ist brilliant. Die Show ist vom Anfang bis Ende genial...

      “One” is such a riveting and immersive experience, you’ll want to return time and again to catch what you miss. The nonstop action is throughout the theater, up in the ceiling and in the aisles alongside
      the audience, as well as on the stage and sidewalls.The dancing is beyond superb. The multi-colored costumes and illuminated wardrobe creations are beyond dazzling. The music compilation of
      Michael’s No. 1 hits is a seamless audio montage beyond anything experienced before. The video imagery is beyond perfection. Without a shadow of doubt, this is Cirque’s best spectacular in its nearly
      30-year history. The pyrotechnics and fireworks onstage add to the explosive show.
      Man wird die Show immer wieder sehen wollen. Das ist Cirque's beste Show in 30 Jahren...

      The Canadian circus arts company has set itself a new bar of entertainment with a capital E, and now executives and producers will have to revitalize its seven other shows on the Strip to bring them to
      the astounding levels achieved with “One.” No wonder Cirque founder Guy Laliberte was “bouncing off the walls with joy” last night. “He was the most excited and animated I’ve ever seen him,” one of his partners told me at the private celebration party post-show.
      Guy was there only a short time with his President Daniel Lamarre before jetting to the Cannes Film Festival for a One Drop charity event and flying back for the opening of Light Nightclub at Mandalay Bay this
      weekend, Cirque’s first foray into nightlife. Jamie was cheered and applauded at the party but had to jump a jet to New York, so his was a quick visit, too.

      Michael’s estate lawyer John Branca told me: “We are so proud of this show. It could not really be any better, and yet this was our first preview. We’ll still tweak it, tinker with it, but to see and feel the
      joy, excitement and overwhelming approval from an audience that arrived from all over the world was fantastic. You thought Michael was alive again tonight onstage; I am convinced he was here in some way to watch this extraordinary night. It is beyond a success. It is the very best that could have been done.”

      Branca: Wir sind so stolz auf die Show. Es könnte nicht besser sein, dabei war dies nur ein Vorgschmack/eine Probe. Wir werden noch daran feilen, aber die überwältigenden Reaktionen des Publikums aus der ganzen Welt waren phantastisch.Michael war heute Nacht am Leben; Ich glaube er war in Art da und hat das ganze beobachtet...

      The audience’s unfettered, loud and enthusiastic cheering during the show and at the finale took the roof off the theater. The most memorable moments? There are too many to mention, and I don’t want to
      spoil your experience. So, brief descriptions of my favorites:

      Highlight für den Autor:

      Contortionist Charles “Lil Buck” Riley almost steals the show with his remarkable body movements. I thought the contortionist at Cirque’s “Zumanity” was remarkable, but this young man in “One” amps it up to sheer wonder and disbelief. If you were blown away the first time you saw Michael moonwalking, wait until you see what this guy achieves balanced on one toe. Exceptional.
      ...ein grandioser Tänzer..

      * The Michael Jackson hologram dance with the cast might well be one of the best theatrical illusions ever created, and Carlos Santana might just have a rival under the same hotel roof with the golden goddess on her guitar.
      ...Hologramm und eine super Gitaristin

      *For the opening “Beat It,” the four sky-high acrobats on a bungee swing take your breath away as white sequined dancers swing in and out of the scaffolding-like set. The electric, one-wheeled gliders will have everybody calling the Neiman Marcus Christmas catalog for that treasure.

      * Cirque and Jamie’s interpretation of “How Does It Feel” from “Stranger in Moscow” with snowflakes falling in the entire theater is pure joy, reminding of the wonder of the first Christmas with Santa.
      Bei Stranger in Moscow fällt Schnee im ganzen Theater..

      * The urban-street breakdances performed on a tiny strip of tape for “Bad” are an eye-popping wonder.* The Korean acrobatic troupe seem to have miracle powers floating and
      flying through the air in a steady stream of somersaults that Michael Jordan wished he’d had in his winning NBA days.

      * I was moved by the message of hope poignantly written by Michael himself for “They Don’t Care About Us,” with scenes of global violence,
      the battle against AIDS and the fight with Martin Luther King Jr. for the end of discrimination.

      * I loved old video of Michael as Charlie Chaplin for the song “Smile” that led into a mesmerizing tall black female dancer in blue, then partnered with others in luminescent yellow-and-pink outfits and the blow-your-socks off ‘Dangerous” that followed with more dancers flying in from all over the theater as pyrotechnics and fireworks exploded.

      ...ein altes Video von Mike als Charlie Chaplin

      * The “Billie Jean” sequence with the dancers in lighted-up, multicolored suits was so vibrant, I almost missed the acrobats walking up the walls.

      * For “Thriller,” the trampoline artists were synchronized better than Olympic swimmers, even performing upside down and falling out of the
      ceiling. Beware the zombie monsters that ran amok through the theater because one could creep up from behind to scare.

      * Shooting stars set up the opening of the Neverland gates and into its magical gardens with an aerial ballet for “I Cant Stop Loving You.” The “Man in the Mirror” hologram dance with Michael could easily have been the show-closer, but Cirque and Jamie still weren’t done with the amazement.

      * “Can You Feel It” was the appropriate way to bring this theatrical stunner to a close as flags of different countries were marched over the Neverland bridge.

      Michael was alive again last night, his genius and musical creativity rekindled to perfection. “One” is a show that will reign as No. 1 on the Strip for many years to come. There is one word to sum up “Michael
      Jackson One”: triumphant.

      Michael war letzte Nacht lebendig - sein Genie, seine musikalische Kreativität - die Show wird viele Jahre die Nr. 1 in Vegas sein. Zusammengefasst: ein Triumph !

      Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas,
      the world’s premier platinum playground.

      Follow Robin Leach on Twitter at Twitter.com/Robin_Leach.
    • .... ein Bericht eines dagewesenen Fans, Petrarose, MJJC

      Guys you have to see that show. I went on Thursday night and today is Saturday & I am still glowing. I am not going to spoil it for anyone who has not seen it yet. The Michael on stage dancing with the cast is phenomenal!!! Then some fan shouted out "I Love You Michael, which cased everyone to cheer and go wild. I felt the sound in my seat, so some of you girls might get a "sexy" feeling. Someone already talked about the way they decorated the doors & walls--everything makes you know this is All About Michael.

      I had a blast in the gift shop. Of course the books & music I already had. Michael's biography is there and also Bush's book. If they had some replica's of Michaels fabric jackets I would have gone out of my mind, but they only had the Bad leather jackets, which I passed. The T- shirts and tops, hats, scarfs are great and I got some of those. There is also some bags and one like the front of a jacket which I got. There was also a watch with an MJ logo on it, which of course I got.

      That whole experience is something all fans should try and have, so Go, Go, Go!!! This is a permanent show & you have years to plan & save!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Another thing, if you look at videos of the hologram/illusion, you do not get a true sense of the awesomeness of it all. It is when you see this thing appear in reality that it takes your breath away. You actually feel this is Michael stepping in to do this for us, so don't let comments like "it is not really dancing liking Michael in this part" put a dampen on the beautifulness of it all!!!

      Von MKGenie
      Hologram moment is magical
    • ich denke mir auch dass diese Show noch besser sein wird als Immortal. Obwohl für mich klar das klassische Element von MJ fehlt freu ich mich trotzdem schon sehr drauf...

      aber eines ist für mich auch ganz klar....
      Wenn ich mir aussuchen dürfte....
      A) eine niegehörte demo
      B) Las Vegas Urlaub für ne Woche + Show (alles bezahlt)....

      ich würde DEFINITIV A wählen!!!

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