If you haven’t had the chance to see La Nouba by Cirque du Soliel, this year is your last chance. Taking it’s final bow on December 31 (2017), La Nouba will come to an end after performing for nearly 20 years.
I had the pleasure of attending La Nouba back in July of 2015. It was very entertaining; never a dull moment. Yes, the costuming and make-up were a bit odd – at first. But the extreme talent of the performers will leave you very impressed and wanting to see the show again! There was so much going on – dancers, trampoline jumpers, bike tricks, tight-rope walkers, an aerialist, and yes – even clowns (thankfully, the clowns keep the audience-involvement to a minimum.) The music fits the show and enhances the acts.
There is not a bad seat in the theater! The stage actually extends into the center of the theater, so any seat you choose is going to be great.
From today’s Press Release:
“We are incredibly proud of the success that La Nouba has had for nearly two decades,” said Jerry Nadal, Senior Vice President of the Resident Shows Division for Cirque du Soleil. “We want to thank Walt Disney World Resort for a wonderful run over the years. We look forward to announcing what’s next.”
La Nouba, which premiered on Dec. 23, 1998, is the first Cirque du Soleilshow to take permanent residence in a city outside of Las Vegas. It has entertained, engaged and inspired audiences and throughout the years, the show continued to evolve. Most recently La Nouba introduced two new acts: B-Boy, commonly referred to as breakdancing, and Aerial Bamboo, a technique mastered by only a handful of performers worldwide. The acts joined following the addition of new uproarious clowns and a breathtaking juggling rolla bolla act.
For details about La Nouba, including current offers, or to purchase tickets, visit www.lanouba.com or call 407-939-7600.