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Crowds modest for ‘Cirkopolis’ at Proctors

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Cirque Eloize’s “Cirkopolis” drew modest crowds to Proctors during its 21⁄2-week run, which ended Saturday, but Proctors CEO Philip Morris said summer camps associated with the show were standing-room-only. Schenectady has not traditionally been known as a summer destination, but Proctors hoped to draw crowds to the city with the troupe’s mix of dance, acrobatics and theater. “We thought we were taking a gamble, trying to make a change in how people think of Schenectady ...


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gina99
August 26, 2013
7:24 a.m.

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An empty house is now termed "modest". One flop after another at Proctor's. But don't worry the County taxpayers can always pick up the tab.

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