Moscow Cats Theatre -- The World's Only Feline CircusTribeca Performing Arts Center (199 Chambers Street New York, NY 10007)
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23 Goldstar Member Reviews
Written on May 27 2008
Not the cat circus I thought it was. Cute, but too much human performance, and not enough cat action!
Written on Sep 25 2007
The cats were great but there wasn't enough of them!
Written on Sep 17 2007
I took three friends to see "Moscow Cats Theater" yesterday at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. We were excited to see the show with Yuri Kuklachev and his world-famous performing felines. What occured instead was an imposter show filled with elderly, untalented, "clowns" who would never make it as street performers, let alone in a full-fledged theater production. In a Google for "Moscow Cats Theater" one will find a link to the website that says:
Moscow Cats Theatre - Home
Yuri Kuklachev and his feline friends present their special blend of cat antics including tightrope walking, pushing toy trains, and balancing balls on their noses.
So where is Yuri? Nowhere in this show, that's where. The URL has been stolen and it's now a performance of no-talent losers. The theater was half empty (word must have gotten out about how pathetic and painful the show was ahead of time) and the children that attended were bored. Some even left mid-show. In the end, it was 80% lame clown acts and 20% of so-so cat tricks.
Do not waste your time (even though the show is only one hour - that is one hour of your life that you will never get back) or money on this pathetic excuse for a performance.
Written on Sep 05 2007
I sow them in Moscow-it was 30 cats-it was grait!!!!!
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Quotes & Highlights
- "Roll over, Cats. The real thing is here." --New York Times
- "Spec-cat-ular" --New York Post
- "This show is the cat's meow." --Newsday
- "Fantastic!" --Time Out New York
- "Don't miss!" --Village Voice
The international family smash hit from Russia–-the only entertainment of its kind in the world–-features nonstop action by a group of talented felines performing original and astounding acrobatic feats, integrated into a nonverbal, colorful and fun-filled family show.
Moscow Cats Theatre made its United States debut almost a year ago in New York City. Embraced by critics and fans alike the production has been featured on "Good Morning America," "Good Day," "CBS Early Show," "Inside Edition," "The Montel Williams Show" and "Live with Regis and Kelly"--and the critics have raved!
With sold-out performances in New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago and many other cities, Moscow Cats Theatre wowed the public and received accolades from across the U.S. "The cats are the stars of the show–-they walk tightropes, balance balls, jump from great heights and unerringly negotiate complex mazes," says Mark Gelfman, the executive producer of the show. "We glorify them and that's why we provide the cats with a traveling entourage, including a vet, kitty caretaker and personal stylist to tend to the needs of our feline superstars."
The cast includes 35 cats, one dog and five clowns, performed by Vladimir Krasnolozhkin, Vladimir Anisimov, Maria Anisimova, Elizaveta Krasnolozhkina and Elena Krasnolozhkina.