Cirque De Soleil Appeals To Tots With Its Winter Extravaganze, Wintuk
In its quest to expand beyond touring tent shows and resident high-tech spectaculars, Cirque du Soleil has tackled the kids' market with Wintuk, which premiered in November 2007 at the 4,500-seat WaMu Theatre at Madison Square Garden in New York. Produced by Cirque du Soleil, MSG Entertainment, and BASE Entertainment, Wintuk goes into storage after January 6, before returning to New York for another few winter seasons, marking a new formula for Cirque du Soleil. Written and directed by ...
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