Cirque Du Soleil: "Ovo"
"Ovo", Cirque du Soleil's new arena show, is a fast-paced, colorful and bizarre kaleidoscope of outstanding artistic perfection. The world of insects, with its immense diversity, provides an ironic blueprint for the action on stage, resembling a nest of acrobatics and comedy. The large, high-contrast crawling in dazzling costumes inspired by natural forms and scenery, which form the habitats of a chaotic and diverse ecosystem, is a wonderful fun for the whole family.
The Artistic "Egg" og the Cirque du Soleil
The audience plunges headfirst into a cosmos teeming with life. High volume, turbulent scenes alternate with silent, emotional moments. A mysterious, big egg puzzles all actors, artists and clowns with its insect disguises and characters. "Ovo", meaning egg in Portuguese, is a timeless symbol that runs like a thread through the spectacle. Of course, love must not be neglected in everything that creeps and flies when the formidable ladybird discovers her heart for the lively, strange flyman. And as always at Cirque du Soleil, "Ovo" is full of artistic excellence.
About Cirque Du Soleil
Cirque du Soleil began as a group of street artists and developed into a global, Quebec-based company that produces high-quality artistic entertainment. Cirque du Soleil employs nearly 4,000 people, including 1,300 artists from more than 50 different countries. To date, more than 160 million viewers in around 400 cities in over 60 countries have seen the productions of Cirque du Soleil.