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Wang Theatre Signs Deal With NY Firm

8/08/2008 10:51:00 AM
Citi Center which manages a couple of the theaters in the theater district signed a deal with a NY company in hopes that it would help them to combat the current deficit that they're dealing with.

Audiences can expect to see more rock concerts, the arrival of Cirque du Soleil's family production "Wintuk," and return runs of the "Radio City Christmas Spectacular," which replaced Boston Ballet's "Nutcracker" in 2004.

The two entities signed a 10-year deal yesterday to share revenue on productions and concerts staged in the 3,600-seat Wang Theatre, which Citi Center manages.

Has anyone seen Wintuk in NYC? Is it any good? I've been a little disappointed with the past couple of Cirque shows that I went to. I've got tickets for Kooza which should be coming to Boston in the next month or two and I'm still hoping to see O in Vegas one of these days. Everytime I'm there, I'm either too busy or tickets are sold out.

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1 Response to "Wang Theatre Signs Deal With NY Firm"

  1. jake g Said,

    I haven't seen Wintuk but I have to say that I've loved the recent cirque shows that I've been to.

    My friends saw Kooza in Philly and said it was awesome.

    Also, if you're going to vegas O is quite an amazing show but I think it has been overhyped. The show that could never by overhyped is Love. That show blew me away. I saw O after seeing Love (the two shows I needed to see while in vegas) and have to say that Love completed ruined O for me because it was just that much better.

    Best part of Love was that we had great seats, but every seat in the place was a great seat (we even thought the front most expensive seats would be worse b/c you're looking up at the stage).

    Posted on 8/8/08, 12:12 PM


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