The Limits Of The Possible

Angelis, Mary
July 2001
Bay Windows;7/26/2001, pN.PAG
Deals with the production and staging of the acrobat show "Dralion," by Cirque du Soleil to be held in Boston, Massachusetts from August 15 through September 16, 2001. Highlights of the show; Information on the inception of the show; Remarks from Francois Barbeau, costume designer, and Sylvie Galarneau, the show's artistic director.


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