Re: [JUGGLING_GA] Re: Rudolph/ Corteo
- Hey, im actually working at corteo as a cook. the brothers and sister are very nice. I still havent had a chance to juggle with them, and i probably wont seeing how the last show for them is well. today.
qcatch <quiteacatch@...> wrote: > Speaking of which - January 7th will be the end of a unique exhibit
> at the Center for Puppetry Arts. They have the original "cast" ofI wanted to go by and see this before we went to Corteo, but Christmas
> the Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer special, which just celebrated
> its 40th anniversary on television. And you were how old when it
> was first broadcast?
> Ginny, the Money Juggler
shopping took too long! Even cooler than the Rudolph display in my
opinion is Gumby: The First 50 Years which is at Puppetry Arts until
March I believe.
For those still planing to see Corteo, I highly recommend parking as
near to the exits as possible and paying for your parking in advance or
you will sit for quite awhile after the show. It's even better than
when Meredith and I saw it in Montreal. FYI: There are several major
cast changes while in Atlanta. (Quite a few decided not to renew their
contract after two years) I am still hoping that our Cirque du Monde
wil get to do a workshop with some of the cast and if so, I will try to
get word about AJA to the jugglers, unless someone else has already
invited them. They have added club passing and their is a solo piece of
4 and 5 clubs during a group passage now. Their finale is still one of
the coolest things I have ever seen jugglers do, almost as good as the
AJA tick tock pass with the sissy beat!
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