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Twas the Night Cirque du Soleil Style

Twas the Night Cirque du Soleil Style

Twas the Night Before Christmas has been reimagined into a hip hopping, reindeer infested tale of joy by Cirque du Soleil. Enter the gravity-defying acrobats, jugglers, roller skating, dancing, music, lights, sets, and costumes. 

Isabelle (Michele Clark) is bored by her father’s (Alexis Vigneault) annual reading of his time honored tradition of reading this story to her. Until spritely creatures of snow whisk Isabelle to another world to show her what she is missing.

Upset by her disappearance her father goes in a search for his child.

Nicole Faubert, Guillaume Paquin spellbinding snow dance
Nicole Faubert, Guillaume Paquin
Nicole Faubert, Guillaume Paquin
Nicole Faubert, Guillaume Paquin
Nicole Faubert, Guillaume Paquin

Acrobatic choreography and performance design by Edesia Moreno, melts into the contemporary dance choreography by Vinh Nguyen Kinjaz. Each defiance of gravity astounds as the show builds and builds with its feats of daring and beauty. 

Jolly the Clown (Francis Gadbois) 

The score is Christmas songs and original music for the season thanks to Jean-Phi Goncalves and sound design by Ben Scheff.

Quentin Greco, Jacob Grégoire, Chauncey Kroner, Timothé Vincent, Jinge Wange, and Evan Tomlinson Weintraub were adorable
Isabella, Michele Clark gets a present from Katharine Arnold after she twirled on a golden cart
Disco-style roller blading by Rosie Axon and Adam Jukes
Tuedon Ariri graceful moves astounded. She was the epitome of grace

As the light is passed to each person on stage, the beauty of giving and the light within us all is enhanced. This message is one we all need to learn and one that makes this season bright.

Impressive were Ming-En Chen, Tsung-Ying Lin, Ting-Chung Wang, and Chia-Hao Yu with glowing diabolos flew them in flawless synchronicity
Isabella’s father Alexis Vigneault, amazed with breath-taking high-flying routines on aerial lamp
Quentin Greco, Jacob Grégoire, Chauncey Kroner, Timothé Vincent, Jinge Wange, and Evan Tomlinson Weintraub and

In the end Santa arrives bringing joy and magic to us all. And all those visions of sugar plums dancing merrily in our head are quelled for another year longer, thanks to the wonderment of Cirque du Soleil.

‘Twas The Night Before…by Cirque du Soleil plays at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden plays until Dec. 29th.

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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