A Night at the Moulin Rouge with Swing Time & Wanderlust Circus
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The last date listed for A Night at the Moulin Rouge was Sunday November 20, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Canada's most iconic cowboy storyteller and songwriter Ian Tyson makes a rare Portland appearance with this Alberta Rose Theatre show. Perhaps best known in the U.S. for his hit song "Four Strong Winds," which was voted Canada's No. 1 song of the 20th century and made world-famous by Neil Young, Tyson turned 80 in September 2013, but his energy remains undimmed. Since 2000, he's released five albums, filmed a music documentary, penned a bestselling autobiography -- all while taking care of his working ranch in southern Alberta. Join this legendary singer-songwriter as he reflects on a five-decade musical career that's produced some of the most beloved cowboy songs of the modern era. Learn More
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I wasn't sure what to expect going in; I figured there'd be dancing girls and music. It was so much more than that! The evening had 2 acts, with a loose overall story arc of an American entertainer going to France to join the performers at the Moulin Rouge. Along the way there were specialty dancers (from belly dancing to burlesque), juggling, aerial performance, 2 different bands, singing, an emcee to guide the whole thing along with wit and fun. The venue, the decor and the props were all perfect, and the selection of drinks and eats at the bar were tasty & reasonably priced, and included several "theme" drinks. The entire evening was thoroughly enjoyable, culminating in the classic "Can Can" dance which segued beautifully into a curtain call for all of the performers. This even exceeded my expectations and fulfilled on exactly what I hoped for: an experience of an evening at the Moulin Rouge!
About the Ticket Supplier: Alberta Rose Theatre
After over 20 years of being closed to the public, the Alberta Rose Theatre has reemerged as Portland’s premier setting to experience acoustic music and live performances.