|Here is a brief diary of events,
articles, news, and general information that came to hand. If you have
something that you think could/should be added then please feel free to
email me with it. Thanks!
For newspaper articles that are linked
to below I have taken a copy for this site, with a link to the actual article
to prevent it being lost in the future.
Colin Dunne and Jean Butler took
the ancient myth and wove it into a piece of Irish dance theatre. By the
time it opened, after a delay, in Drury Lane, London, there were already
changes planned. The opening on February 8, 2000 at the reknown Radio City
Music Hall in New York City saw a show that had already undergone development
- An article
from March 10 New York Times that was posted on the DoDG MB.
- An incredible show
report by Marcia, that she posted on the DoDG MB.
- Here is an article
that appeared in the New York Magazine on April 3, 2000.
has moved on to produce another album and prepare for an extended tour.
article, appearing on Sonicnet by Earl Hitchner, covers their plans
for the future.
There is much concern being shown
by the fans of the show over the lack of information available regarding
the rescheduling of shows that have been postponed or cancelled - Toronto
postponed and Chicago cancelled. We can but wait for official word - one
tidbit I can offer is that I have been told that at the moment the planned
shows in Toronto in July are still happening... this is NOT official, just
from a reliable and informed source.
Well, as is probably common knowledge,
"Dancing on Dangerous Ground" was cancelled indefinitely due to financial
difficulties. In the months since this happened there have been numerous
rumours, and a few reports. Finally though, there is good news. In an interview
with Colin Dunne, the Celtic Cafe was able to confirm that they are working
to again bring the show to the world. He also talks about the video that
has been released. To read the full interview click