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CABARET | BURLESQUE SHOWS & THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS

As seen on the Travel Channel, Univision, Deco Drive and web-based RedBull TV,  CircX has been featured for their original cabaret productions.  Modern vaudeville with a twist, the CircX cabaret shows incorporate choreographed dance, nouveau burlesque, drag, magic, side show, circus acts and their unique approach to immersive entertainment.   Click the images or buttons below to go more in-depth on each production. 

CARABOOM LIVE

Conceived, directed and produced by CircX founding member Natasha Tsakos, CARABOOM is simply the “Greatest Carwashow on Earth.” ​ 

 

Premiering in spring 2022, CARABOOM takes place in an open parking lot, where guests are invited to drive in and watch from their cars or take a seat in either the Splash Zone or Boom Zones. ​CARABOOM uses carwash mechanics as dynamics for drama. Foam cannons, bubble machines and human water fountains immerse participants and passengers in a splash-filled adventure.

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THE CHAT NOIR CLUB MIAMI BEACH

The longest-running weekly changing cabaret residency on South Beach, the Chat Noir Club was featured on Extreme Miami on the Travel Channel,  Wake Up America on Univision, Deco Drive on Channel 7 and countless magazine and newspaper articles for its year-long run. 

Every Monday night the CircX performance troupe would take over Dream Night Club on South Beach with new choreographed dance routines, burlesque acts, drag shows, performance art, circus stunts and other variety acts. The show changes every week for its loyal audience that would return each Monday to cavort with the CircX cast of colourful characters.

RETRO-SPECTECLE 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Produced for The Fillmore Theatre at the Jackie Gleason for their event industry venue showcase.

The show was a 2.5-hour-long spectacular that featured some of CircX's most requested cabaret and burlesque numbers, from their nightclub residencies updated for the big stage.  

 

Under the direction of CircX's Creative Producer, Diana Lozano, a cast of over 30 performers executed broadway style dance routines, subversive cabaret numbers, mesmerising aerial performances and wild improvised audience participation games.

CIRCX AT THE TURNING STONE CASINO

Powered by Atomic Entertainment based out of Montreal and NYC, The CircX cast was flown to upstate New York each weekend to provide their signature interactive entertainment and theatrical circus artistry.

Turning Stone Resort and Casino's nightclub, Lava, featured unique entertainment each week, from dynamic circus shows to outrageous variety acts.  Not only was CircX the title of their nightlife production,  but the company director for CircX, Diana Lozano,  was in charge of choreographing, costuming and interfacing with the local talent.   

MADAME MONSTERS MONDAYS

Another Monday night residency,  Madame Monsters, was a modern twist on classic vaudeville. 

 

A revolutionary approach to nightlife entertainment, CircX incorporated popular video vines and a live Twitter feed that was projected on the venue's enormous LED screens.  Audience members were encouraged to tweet skit suggestions live to the improv cast on stage.

Each night also featured the signature CircX interactive entertainment and the wildly audacious stage shows that have become a hallmark for the company. 

DOLLS DAMES AND DELIGHTS

Produced by Rod Pratt, Dolls Dames and Delights was a fun, flirty and frivolous spectacle.  A departure from the more provocative theatrics the company is known for, CircX was brought in to add the edge to what otherwise could be classified as a standard sexy burlesque review. 

Although CircX was one of the featured residency performance troupes, this Tuesday night review also showcased local and out-of-town guest artists on rotation. In addition to providing two choreographed production numbers each week, Creative Producer and Director, Diana Lozano collaborated with Rod Pratt in orchestrating and managing each evening's performance. 

CABARET AT THE GLEASON ROOM

Thanks to the generous support of the John S. and Jame L. Knight Foundation, The Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theatre, and the Miami Beach department of Cultural Affairs, CircX produced their 'Miami-centric' cabaret. 

One of the lucky 49 local arts organisations to be awarded a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in 2013, CircX was selected out of hundreds of submissions to the yearly Knights Arts Challenge.  

For the years 2014 and 2015, the CircX cabaret at the Gleason Room, featured provocative choreographed acts infused with social-political commentary. 

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MIAMI BOOK FAIR CABARET SHOW

Since 2014, CircX has been a staple of the Miami Book Fair yearly festival.  Contracted for their signature interactive entertainment and thought-provoking stage shows, CircX has brought magic, wonderment and cheer to audiences of all ages. 

The shows include adapted age-appropriate choreographed works, dynamic circus acts, audience participation games, mentalism, side show, and magic, all interwoven with creative storytelling.  

Immersive roving performances are executed by the ever-changing colourful CircX cast ranging from classic jesters to more abstract and absurd costumed characters. 

CIRCX STRIPPED @ THE ARSHT 

Debuting at the Adrienne Arsht Centre for the Performing Arts in Miami Florida, CircX stripped was commissioned and presented by The Miami Light Foundation as part of their yearly Here and Now Festival. 

This show was a departure from the commercial work CircX  had been producing for brands, corporate events and even nightclubs.  When presented with this opportunity CircX instead use it for an introspective commentary on the entertainment industry they were part of.  Rather than a showcase of all their pretty and palatable tricks, they took to the stage with ferocity.  The result was a raw and candid look into the dark side of the industry. 

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