Holiday Spectacle

. December 1, 2014.
cirque

The Fox Theater in Detroit presents Cirque Dreams Holidaze. Performers show off daring acrobatic stunts while dressed as ornaments, angels, and gingerbread men. Toy soldiers march on thin wires above the stage, while reindeer soar above a sparkling holiday landscape. The performance features an original music score.

December 16 – December 20.  Tickets available online. $50-$200. Tuesday through Saturday at 8:00pm, with a matinee performance on Friday and Saturday at 2:00pm.The Fox Theater, 2211 Woodward Avenue, Detroit.
DetroitTheater.org.

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