Point of View

January 28, 2010, 10:01 pm
Filed under: At the Center

60 international stars  galloped into town on that tropical  night for the Miami premiere of a breathtaking, innovative performance event.  And afterwards, they ate approximately 50 bales of hay, 120 pounds of grain, and several hundred carrots.  Glorious, elegant, and amazingly agile, the superstars of this enchanting performance are horses – 12 different breeds from around the world – performing in Cavalia, an internationally acclaimed show developed by one of the founding members of Cirque du Soleil.  Presented under the big white top tent in Bicentennial Park, Cavalia marks the Adrienne Arsht Center’s very first off-site presentation, underlining our commitment to provide world-class, diverse programming to the city of Miami and the South Florida community – both in our state-of-the-art theaters, and within the community at large.  The production has enchanted audiences across the globe, and the Miami premiere was no exception.  Astounding acrobatics, live music and brilliant special effects, and most especially the majestic and magnificent equine stars–all had audiences cheering with delight.  Cavalia truly is a magical experience for people of all ages, highlighting the special bond between horses and humans, and captivating onlookers with the power and grace of these stunning horses running free.  South Florida is sure to fall in love with the drama, the tenderness, and the sheer horse power of this astounding performance. 

Cavalia continues at the White Big Top in Bicentennial Park through February 7, 2010.  Tickets may be purchased by calling the Adrienne Arsht Center box office at (305) 949-6722 or online at www.arshtcenter.org.


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