“They dance, they fly. they smash things." promises Fuerza Bruta's official press release. Memories of drunken nights of revelry doing the same things hit us. but we can’t let former DILG Secretary Joey Lina know that. We are in the Manila Hotel. Secretary Lina is the hotel’s president, and we re shaking his hand. But we must assume he’s all for it. because he has the show specializing in controlled chaos set to perform at the tent beside the hotel’s main building f'om February 14 to March 25.
Fuerza Bruta. which translates to “brunt force." is an interactive traveling circus from Buenos Aires. Argentina, that ran off-Broadway from 2007 to 2011. “Interactive" in this case means that for one hour the audience is encouraged to shout, spin, touch.
and even help the shows talented acrobats, artists, dancers, and actors smash things.
It’s a non-stop collision of dynamic music, visceral emotion, and kinetic aerial imagery. Here, an entire crowd flails to techno music while being surrounded by acrobats flying in midair, a hanging, clear-bottomed swimming pool where more hot. nubile women swim about mere inches from your face, and a man smashes moving walls while running on a gigantic treadmill.
And how does this assault to the senses end?
The DJ cranks it up and the party keeps going, going, and going, until your night becomes another fond memory of spectacular revelry.
Only, the hangover is worth it.
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