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Thursday, April 18, 2019
Press Release: Le Cirque de Nuit - April 19-28 2019
"Le Cirque de Nuit" Lights up Idle Rogue for 2019 Production
Basing their work on Erin Morgenstern’s novel, "The Night Circus", dance entertainers of Idle Rogue Productions lead enchanted audiences back into a steampunk circus that is refurbished, and presented, as Idle Rogue's flagship production each year.
The 2019 Production is directed by Blaze DeVivre with the assistance of Sho Kyong.Morgenstern’s story, set in the 19th century and traversing Europe and the US, is an intrigue that sees a natural-born magician pitted in ruthless competition against a highly trained illusionist. The arena for their battle is a traveling circus, and each bout adds more dazzling illusion to the wildly popular, but always enigmatic, Night Circus.
True to the novel, the Circus acts, props and costumes are created in black and white. Dance acts are interspersed with viewings of art installations constructed in blazing colour and we are delighted to announce that this year’s guests include renowned artists, Bryn Oh and Cica Ghost.
Idle Rogue is once again joined by special guests Seanchai Library, who will provide opening entertainment with a selected reading from "The Night Circus" by Caledonia Skytower, whose story-telling skills are unmatched in Second Life, adding a literary lustre our audiences thoroughly enjoyed in 2018.
Performance Dates and Times for 2019 (all times slt):
Friday 19 April at 10pm
Saturday 20 April at 2pm
Sunday 21 April at 7pm
Friday 26 April at 10pm
Saturday 27 April at 7pm
Sunday 28 April at 2pm
Seats for this popular production fill up fast. While there is no admission for the performances, seats must be booked in advance. Saturday Melody will be available online 24/7, beginning April 1st until all six performances are booked. Please contact her to reserve seat(s) and to be added to the access list to the performance area for your booked time and date.
Timestamps of messages will determine the order in which bookings are processed.
Audiences are reminded that dance entertainment performances rely heavily on the resources of the sim. Those attending shows can assist the show by reducing their script useage - removing non-essential HUDS, facelights and particles, and by checking for highly scripted hair and jewelry. This consideration is very much appreciated!