High-Energy Martial Arts Stunt Show JUMP
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The last date listed for JUMP was Sunday August 31, 2008 / 7:00pm.
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- Full Price:
- $97.00 - $137.00
- Our Price:
- $50.00 - $70.00
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If you don't want to be called on to be part of the show, sit in the section closest to the entrance. Very back seats are excellent b/c it is elevated and you get a full view of the stage. They also have a concession stand with popcorn and drinks at very reasonable costs that you can eat during the show.La Soiree info • Apr 02 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
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This was a show that I went into not really sure what to expect. A Silent Comedy with Acrobatics and Gymnastics just didn't click for me but to my surprise it actually made a lot of sense. It was a fun show to watch and for some people, participate in. I would recommend this show to anyone that doesn't take themselves too seriously and enjoys a fun experience that you can easily share with your kids.
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Describing this show as "one part kung-fu flick" and "a rare opportunity to see the kind of action you'd see in Jackie Chan and The Matrix™ movies" is false advertising. This is a children's show geared more like the Power Rangers.
Quotes & Highlights
“Thrilling!” —New York Post
“Four stars! JUMP is the most fun I’ve had in a theater in ages!” —Time Out New York
“No wires or special effects are in use here – the cast explodes across the stage! … A spectacle that defies gravity!” —Associated Press
“A high-energy spectacle!” —New York Times
JUMP isn’t just about jumping. It’s also about flipping, punching and major butt-kicking. There are no second-takes, wires or special effects for these actors, who have gone through years of extensive martial arts training.
This international hit takes place in a traditional Korean home, although its inhabitants are anything but — the entire family challenges each other in martial arts and acrobatic displays. These skills are put to use when burglars break in and get to experience the family’s talent firsthand.