Cirque Dream Holidaze is making it's Tulsa debut at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center with two shows highlight the critically acclaimed Broadway musical.
With over 300 costumes, 30 artists from around the globe will sing, dance, act and swing from trapeze devices while performing holiday classics and original Broadway written numbers.
Cirque Dream Holidaze performer, Jennifer Smith, says although cast members are from all around the world, the experience has been a reward instead of a challenge.
“So that's been really great just kind of building this team and we're really a family all of us. The language barrier is never really an issue which is awesome,” Smith said.
The show is over an hour long and with the different stage settings, productions cues, and costume changes Cirque Dream Holidaze is a high energy performance with constant movement and transition.
“So many costume changes are happening. If you're not on stage you're probably moving a tree, or a ornament, or something around somewhere and I promise you there's always something to look at. Your eyes will never be bored,” Smith said.
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