Examiner.com has been following Quixotic Fusion since they operated/performed their public nonprofit shows in the summer months, in blazing high double and triple heat digits in Kansas City's Crossroads Districts. Examiner.com has seen the "coming of age' within this core group of innovative, remarkable, young, dedicated collection of intellectuals and athletic savants.
Due to their fast-track success and awards, they perform less and less in the outdoor arena, versuses the climate-controlled local, regional, national and inter-national venues.Their tour dates are now a "who's who" of celebrity engagements, from KC's Nelson Art Gallery-Surfaces, to the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas, Tedx in California, Bahrain and Costa Rica overseas, just to name a few.
- Quixotic Fusion - fusing movement, sound and technology, Quixotic harnesses light, rhythm and expressive emotion
- Quixotic selects for their "core team" proven proteges and team contributors who support sustainability from creation to executed show performances
- Quixotic core team consists of an ensemble of musicians, performers and technicians who create original, passionate, awe inspiring and unpredictable works of theater
- Quixotic's "body of work" is known for its visceral beauty, eclectic style and movement
- This aforementioned passion and commitment insures that Quixotic will continue to evolve, take chances, and continue to challenge our emotional boundaries
In validation of Quixotic's self-effacing statements Examiner.com was able to experience "live," a 90 minute spectacle in St.Joseph, Missouri recently, at the historic Missouri Theater.With a short greeting to Anthony Magliano-Founder, Mica Thomas-Associate Artistic Director, and Mandi Jean-Project Manager in the "green room," we watched the camaraderie and military-like precision, as the ensemble prepared for their 7:30 performance.
The theater itself had operated as a motion picture venue until 1970 and was placed on the National Historic Register in 1979. The Missouri Theater has a single balcony designed to overlook a house designed to resemble an open tented courtyard. And on this night it was filled to the rafters with theater-goers, in anticipation of Quixotic Fusion's ensemble performance. From the opening, digital projected images, and as the beat of the drums sounded, Quixotic led the assembled throng through technically perfect "balletesque" vignettes, that more than pleased the assembled minions. While their performances also continue to hone the "ensembles"deft, and meticulous Cirque Du Soleil-like theater presentation skills, to a fine edge. For more articles on Quixotic Fusion click here.
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