Riverdance – Four Fast-Paced Cities in 2 weeks!

With a few of Japan’s major cities under our belt the company ventured to four cities in two weeks and each city that we visited had its own character to set it apart from the others. A common thing that we have seen so far this tour has been canals and rivers flowing throughout each city and these two weeks were not any different.

Riverdance – The end of Tokyo, on to Nagoya

The last two weeks of our month long stay in Tokyo went very well. Even with our busy schedule of 8 shows per week, the cast was able to continue seeing the sites of Tokyo. The city is so vast, even 4 weeks is not enough time to see it all.

Welcome back to Japan, Riverdance!

Welcome back to the Corrib, only this time we have left Europe and have headed over to the Far East. This is the first time I have traveled with the Corrib Company and things are well under way. Our first stop on this tour was to Sendai.

Corrib European Tour 2008

After a well deserved break off for Christmas, everyone returned fully refreshed and excited for the tour ahead – Patricia takes us through the 3 month European tour.

Company Manager Laurie Small on tour with Riverdance

The end of January saw us, back again in Germany, in Freiberg, one of the cities from my first tour and I remember the office well because I had a window with a stunning view of the mountains; this is a rarity. Normally the company office is a in a bunker somewhere in the depths of the venue…

Riverdance visits Chicago, Illinois for 2 weeks

Chicago commenced with a bang as we descended upon the Windy City with excitement and anticipation. Everyone was thrilled at the prospect of being in such a metropolis, full of brilliant sightseeing, shopping, cuisine, and nightlife. In addition to all of its attractions, we would be there for a full two weeks, another exciting enticement.

Riverdance spends a week in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

On arrival to Pittsburgh we all got a big city feel for the first time in a while and we were looking forward to being in one city for a full week. As the convergence point of three major rivers — the Allegheny, the Monongahela and the Ohio — Pittsburgh was once described as the only city in America with an entrance.

Riverdance in Lawerence, KS, Detroit, MI, Syracuse, NY & Erie, PA

From Kentucky we moved to Kansas and to the quaint town of Lawrence. Lawrence is truly a college town with a vitality and diversity uniquely its own. The city is home to two universities: the University of Kansas and Haskell Indian Nations University.