Kooza, Cirque Du Soleil’s latest adrenaline rush of a show, is currently wowing audiences in Virginia Beach, VA, and next month brings the touring circus to Austin, TX.
Whether you’re in flip-flops by the beach, or cowboy hats in the heart of Texas, Kooza is a show you don’t want to miss!
Like all the Cirque Du Soleil shows that came before, this is a show bursting with creative energy. You will experience a spectacular set design, inventive costumes, and a wildly talented cast of clowns and acrobats leading you on a journey of adventure.
Kooza tells the story of a character known as The Innocent, a downhearted loner in search of his place in the world. Truly a circus spectacle worth seeing, the new show is set in a thrilling and exotic visual world full of surprises, thrills, and chills.
Featuring highly skilled contortionists, unicyclists, and trapeze and high wire artists from around the world, the Kooza troupe delivers amazing displays of strength and agility as they perform catch-you-breath acrobatics.
Just wait until you see the chair-balancing act!
There’s also the Wheel of Death that will amaze you: a 1,600-pound contraption that rotates at heart-stopping speeds, powered only by the two artists who leap and counter-rotate in a death-defying display of fearless acrobatics and astonishing teamwork.
Now that deserves a ‘wow!’
Kooza marvelously combines two circus traditions – acrobatic performance and the art of clowning. The new show is engineered to spotlight the physical demands of human performance in all its splendor and delicateness, delivered to audiences in big quantities of dazzling color and slapstick comedy.
This is a show not to be missed, and TicketsatWork.com has all your best deals for under the big top fun at Cirque Du Soleil’s Kooza!
Kooza is now playing in Virginia Beach, VA inside the Grand Chapiteau (big top) at the Virginia Beach Convention Center until August 16.
Kooza plays in Austin,TX inside the Grand Chapiteau (big top) at the Circuit of The Americas between September 2 and September 27.
by Jeff Hyatt