Producers of the adaptation of the novel by Bret Easton Ellis said Thursday the show will close June 5 after 81 performances. The musical struggled with attracting ticket sales and got only two technical Tony nominations.
“Paramour,” which includes classic Cirque touches like aerial acts, board jumping and acrobats on teeterboards, has chosen — somewhat puzzlingly for Cirque’s maiden voyage to Broadway — to celebrate classic Hollywood.
Save for a handful of clunky between-scene transitions that are more twee than endearing, “once” at the DCPA offers an adorable trip to Ireland along with an expertly staged, complimentary love story besprinkled with honey.
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The award will support KRD’s Moving Possibilities to Performance program, which provides in-school, after-school and summer dance workshops to students at local Title I elementary and middle schools.
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Mayor Steve Hogan says city getting serious about pushing for proposals to enhance theatrical output
“We should not have to go to Denver, or Arvada, or Parker, or Lone Tree or even one of our own high school gymnasiums to get more than 250 people together to enjoy the arts in Aurora,” he said.
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Bursting with fellow Second City-ites, the six-person cast (and one verbose audience member who, frankly, stole a bit of the show on opening night) is a powerful, new-age brat pack, brimming with personages whose quest for attention is only eclipsed by the sheen radiating from their Pantene-kissed coiffures.