Neil Goldberg, founder and artistic director of Cirque Productions, takes pride in the fact that reviews of his many Cirque Dreams shows usually mention the word “spectacle.” He promises the same grandeur when Cirque Dream Holidaze debuts in the DC area with an eight-show run at the Kennedy Center next week.
Archives for November 2010
Joe Calarco on his new play Walter Cronkite is Dead This year has been a very busy one for playwright/director Joe Calarco: he’s directed three plays – In Transit for Primary Stages, Burnt Part Boys for Playwrights Horizon, both in New York, and The Memory Play for Barrington Stage Company in Massachusetts and picked up […]
We know it’s best to stay true to who we are. But we also know that it’s worth fighting a passionate fight to steer the course of who we become. On the thin line between these two truths stands Joe Bonaparte, a promising musician with sensitive hands who finds, in the boxing ring, that he […]