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‘Cirque Dreams’ founder Neil Goldberg auditioning for Broward 100 ‘Duende’

Cirque Dreams founder Neil Goldberg is holding auditions for ‘Duende,’ a Broward 100 centennial celebration show set for the Broward Center in October.
Cirque Dreams founder Neil Goldberg is holding auditions for ‘Duende,’ a Broward 100 centennial celebration show set for the Broward Center in October.

Cirque Dreams founder Neil Goldberg will produce and direct the theatrical performance part of Duende, the culminating event of the year-long Broward 100 centennial celebration. The Broadway-style spectacular will be performed Oct. 2-3 at Fort Lauderdale’s Broward Center for the Performing Arts.

Goldberg is holding auditions by appointment through Wednesday at Dream Studios, 1985 NW 18th St., Pompano Beach. Performers and groups of all kinds are being sought: theater and dance companies, orchestras, opera singers, bands, choirs, street performers, poets, singers, musicians, actors, visual artists, all kinds of dancers. Selected artists will be compensated, and the audience will chose the recipient of a $10,000 enrichment gift from the Neil Goldberg Dream Foundation. Email broward100@cirqueproductions.com to set up an audition.

Christine Dolen

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