Riverdance representa la vida de un río. La primera canción, titulada “Canción de la Nube”, invita a la lluvia que cae, alimenta al río y llega hasta el mar. A partir de ese momento, comienza la coreografía que representa su movimiento, transmitiendo la energía del curso del agua y su ciclo renovador. El impactante espectáculo irlandés se presentará en el Gran Rex desde el miércoles 22 al miércoles 29 de agosto, con doble función los fines de semana.
It’s the last dance. After all those years of foot-stomping, heel-tapping, stiff-backed, step-dance prancing, the Riverdance folk are hanging up their shoes. Truth is, it’s only the North American market that will see a hiatus of the popular show.
This week Maeve Fearon is in Chicago. There are more sites to be seen, a hen party, a visit from Dance Director Breandan De Gallai and a lot of green for St Patrick’s Day.
Perfectly timed for St. Patrick’s Day, “Riverdance,” the spectacular display of Irish folk dance, speckled with the arts of a few other ethnicities in its mix, returns for what’s billed as its farewell visit, on view through Sunday at the Oriental Theatre.
WREG-TV Channel 3 – Interview with Riverdance principal dancers James Greenan & Chloey Turner
Julian Erskine, the Irish senior executive producer of the musical sensation Riverdance, knows he’s done a good job if people dance out of the theater after a performance.
That was how he felt when he came to China with Riverdance.
As Riverdance’s U.S. run comes to end, TheaterJones asked lead dancer Padraic Moyles to tell us what it’s like being a part of this sensational cast, the lore behind the Irish technique and what he thinks the show has done for Irish dancing, especially here in the U.S. The show makes its final North Texas appearance Feb. 7 and 8 at the Music Hall at Fair Park.
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24th July to 5th August 2012
Shows: Tuesday to Friday 20:00, Saturday 15:00 and 20:00, Sunday at 14:00 and 18:00.
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