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An ornamental end to the holidays

‘Cirque Dreams Holidaze’ to light up Proctors with fantasy and wonder

There will be high-flying gingerbread men and other dazzling feats performed during “Cirque Dreams Holidaze,” which has a grandiose wonderland of holiday spirit. There will be four performances at Proctors the weekend of Friday, Dec. 28.

There will be high-flying gingerbread men and other dazzling feats performed during “Cirque Dreams Holidaze,” which has a grandiose wonderland of holiday spirit. There will be four performances at Proctors the weekend of Friday, Dec. 28.

— “This is something new and original that they haven’t seen yet and I think that that is a strong appeal of the show,” she said. “It is nice to be able to escape for a couple of hours and bring your family to something they can all enjoy together. The holidays are first and foremost about spending time with family and do something that you can create a memory with.”

This is the first time the Broadway production has come to Proctors, with the company’s production “Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy” previously running. The current production’s run at Proctors is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council of the Arts.

Sierra said she recently visited Proctors for the first time and was impressed with the historic theater.

“It is a really beautiful venue,” she said. “It is so charming … it is very historic Vaudeville house.”

The performances will be on Friday, Dec. 28, at 8 p.m.; Saturday, Dec. 29, at 2 and 8 p.m.; and Sunday, Dec. 30, at 2 p.m. Tickets to “Cirque Dreams Holidaze” range from $20 to $50 and can be purchased at Proctors Box Office at 432 State Street, Schenectady, by calling 346-6204 and online at proctors.org.

Group discounts are available by calling 382-388 ext. 139 and military discounts are available in person at Proctors box office for all Active Duty, Reserve and Guard personnel with military ID.

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