Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour Replaces Broadway Leading Man

News   Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour Replaces Broadway Leading Man Two weeks before previews are to begin, Cirque du Soleil has announced a new addition to the cast of its first-ever Broadway venture.
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Cirque du Soleil announced April 1 that actor Bradley Dean, who was cast as director A.J. Golden departed the production due to creative differences. Succeeding him in the role will be Jeremy Kushnier.

Previews begin April 16 at the Lyric Theatre prior to a May 25 Broadway opening.

Paramour, according to press notes, “spins the thrilling tale of a beautiful young actress forced to choose between love and art in the glamorous world of Golden Age Hollywood. Featuring eye-popping acrobatics and sumptuous music and dance, [the production] is a groundbreaking new event that will transport you to a sublime world of emotion and awe as it walks the exhilarating tightrope of the heart.”

The principal cast also includes Ruby Lewis as Indigo, the starlet and Ryan Vona as Joey, the composer.


Under the artistic guidance of Jean-François Bouchard (creative guide and creative director), Paramour is directed by French stage director and choreographer Philippe Decouflé.

For more information visit ParamourOnBroadway.com.

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