Celine Dion’s ‘A New Day’ is dawning

Mar 11, 2003 3:11 AM

The most anticipated production show of the young century is set to open in a couple of weeks at Caesars Palace.

"A New Day" starring Celine Dion will christen the magnificent Colosseum at Caesars, a 4,000-seat concert and event center.

The long-awaited production will open March 25, starring Dion and a cast of 60 dancers, musicians, acrobats and other artists.

A subtle balance of concert, dance, theater and multi-media, the production will transport the audience to a virtual world that teases and baffles the imagination.

Producer Franco Dragone has created a spectacle like no other, a fusion of song, theater, dance and technical innovation, with Dion as a satellite who uses her stage to create her own universe and share it with the audience.

The Colosseum was specially built for "A New Day," but is capable of showcasing other events and concerts. Ticket prices for "A New Day" range from $83 to $200.