Fuerza Bruta OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • NY POST

  • VARIETY

  • TIME OUT

  • TM

Opening Night:
October 24, 2007
Closing:
January 5, 2014

Theater: Daryl Roth Theatre / 101 E. 15th St., New York, NY,

Synopsis: 

Club beats and mellow new world music fill the air as performers run and tumble, whirl and spin, and sail over the heads of the audience in a new show from the creators of the long-running aerial sensation De La Guarda

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Fuerza Bruta

    Don’t Slump: Stand, Gawk, Collaborate

    CHARLES ISHERWOOD

    October 25, 2007: “Fuerzabruta,” the new show from the Argentine creators of the long-running “De La Guarda,” is another entry in a dependable if not exactly venerable genre: theater for people who don’t really like theater.

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  • NEW YORK POST REVIEW OF Fuerza Bruta

    Dazzling Blend of Erotic, Hypnotic, Aquatic

    Frank Scheck

    October 25, 2007: In "Fuerzabruta" - the latest extravaganza from creators of the hit "De La Guarda" - the audience is not only forced to stand, but is also periodically herded through the playing area like cattle, doused with water, buffeted by wind and sprayed with Styrofoam.

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Fuerza Bruta

    Fuerzabruta

    Steven Suskin

    October 24, 2007: A sensation is a feeling caused by outside stimulation, and in that sense, "Fuerzabruta" can properly be termed sensational. If you like your theater with a story that unfolds as you remain passively seated, that's not what you'll get at this follow-up to the long-running hit "De La Guarda." If you're open to something highly theatrical, throbbingly loud and almost ferociously stimulating (and wet), a visit to "Fuerzabruta" will provide an evening of jaw-dropping sensation.

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  • TIME OUT NEW YORK REVIEW OF Fuerza Bruta

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    Time Out New York

    October 11, 2007: Hanging around a midweek rehearsal for Fuerzabruta in the Daryl Roth Theatre on Union Square, it’s hard to distinguish between who’s in the show and who’s running it. There’s no stage, per se, so both groups mix freely. The performers are strapped into harnesses, but then again, so are the technicians. Suddenly, booming techno music overtakes the PA system, and the entire crowd erupts into whoops and hollers as a humongous, translucent tank (picture a clear plastic container the size of a tennis court, with a see-through bottom and filled with water) descends from the rafters.

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Fuerza Bruta

    Fuerzabruta

    Brian Scott Lipton

    October 25, 2007: Audiences who have long mourned the absence of De La Guarda, the international sensation where they could be lifted into the air at any moment, will happily greet the arrival of Fuerzabruta, an often-astounding new theatrical experience co-created by four De La Guarda veterans at that show's former home, the Daryl Roth Theatre. But while this 60-minute entertainment lives up to its name -- which means "Brute Force" -- it lacks the sheer sense of surprise of its predecessor. And no one will swoop down and fly you up to the ceiling either.

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