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WINTUK NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: November 17, 2010
Did He Like It?*
Wintuk is a whirlwind winter adventure about a boy--Jamie--and his quest to find snow.
Jamie lives in an imaginary city where the arrival of winter has brought intense cold, but no snow! He interacts with a cast of high-energy urban street characters, including acrobats, dancers and talking lampposts. Jamie embarks on a journey to an imaginary North called Wintuk. He is joined by three companions--a female Shaman with magical powers, the girl he has fallen head over heels for and a timid young man called Wimpy, destined to discover his own courage. Jamie's goal: bring the snow back to where it belongs...
Bursting with the energy of the city and the broad sweep of nature, Wintuk weaves thrilling acrobatics, dazzling ice giants and memorable songs together in a touching story line that resonates with the whole family.
Acrobatics Amid Flakes: It’s Cirque du Snowfall
*By ERIC GRODE
Published: November 25, 2010
"In the finale of “Wintuk” the audience disappears in a nor’easter of crepe-paper snowflakes. Until then, though, the wonderment of Cirque du Soleil’s fourth (and final) holiday visit to the cavernous Theater at Madison Square Garden occurs despite, not because of, the seasonal trappings. "
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