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  • Innovation Arts and Entertainment
    Since 1993, Cirque Dreams' family-friendly variety extravaganzas have called upon a cast of acrobats, strongmen, and daredevils to wring the oohs and aahs out of audiences with tremendous feats of derring-do. During each themed production, more than 100 performers garbed in dazzling outfits twirl high in the air, contort their bodies into impossible shapes, and solve long division problems to earn uproarious applause from the crowd. At Dream Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida, hundreds of contracted artists from around the world develop their skills and prep for Cirque Dreams performances under the direction of Neil Goldberg and his team of choreographers, contortionists, and designers.
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    87 Haywood Street
    Asheville, NC US
  • Aerial Space
    At Aerial Space, workouts unfold in midair. Practitioners weave through suspended silks, flow through yoga poses supported by hammocks, or practice acrobatic moves on the static trapeze and lyra, a suspended hoop. Aerial Space's aerial circus-arts classes, offered privately and for groups of children and adults, instill equal parts grace, fitness, and newfound skill.
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    46 New Leicester Highway
    Asheville, NC US
  • Diana Wortham Theatre
    As the resident company at New York’s 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center, Doug Varone and Dancers strive to tell emotionally resonant stories through original, technically complex modern dance pieces. During "Lux," the graceful, athletic bodies of the troupe's eight dancers, including Waynesville native and Carolina Day School graduate Erin Owen, overleap imaginary potholes and fire hydrants to the music of renowned Candyman II composer Philip Glass. Spectators slotted into the Diana Wortham Theatre's 500 comfortable seats can also squint at the footnotes of "Chapters From a Broken Novel," which intertwines several short-story vignettes, or wave farewell to "Boats Leaving." Those seeking extra background and insight into the routines can attend a 7 p.m. pre-show discussion free to ticket-holders and left-footed ballerinas.
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    2 South Pack Square
    Asheville, NC US
  • Moscow Ballet
    Nearly a century ago, the Hippodrome opened as a combination movie palace and vaudeville theater, spending more than 70 years hosting big names such as Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra. Following a double-decade period of slow business and bad hairstyles, the Hippodrome closed down in 1990. Now, however, after an exhaustive restoration project that reanimated the theater’s chandelier-lit arches, the mural above the proscenium stage, and the grand-theater boxes that hearken back to opera’s heyday, the Hippodrome reopens to the delight of Baltimore’s cultural landscape.
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    87 Haywood Street
    Asheville, NC US
  • Immediate Theatre Project 2012
    Circle Mirror Transformation, winner of the 2010 Obie Award for Best New American Play, upholds Immediate Theatre Project's mission to deliver thought-provoking, emotionally stirring theatrical experiences. Rather than steering the production's plot with gaudy explosions, overdone dance routines, and shootouts with evil tennis-ball machines, playwright Annie Baker instead hems audiences into the lives of five characters using heartfelt dialogue and scenes driven by sentimental values. Theatergoers connect with the cast of unlikely cohorts who, in the middle of a community drama class, unmask themselves to reveal the funny, painful, and joyous frameworks of their lives. Each presentation of Circle Mirror Transformation pulls heartstrings within North Carolina Stage Company's theater, where ongoing renovations continue to improve outings by coating walls with fresh paint and oiling the limbs of squeaky stagehands.
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    15 Stage Lane
    Asheville, NC US

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