Imago Theatre Presents ZooZoo: Cats
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The last date listed for Zoo Zoo "Cats" was Friday December 21, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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With leaps, twirls and kicks, they share stories of the Great Migration of African-Americans from… More
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This is a great show that should not be missed ... time is running out, as it closes FOREVER January 1! ZooZoo is a highly entertaining mix of dance, comedy, movement and audience interaction that will entertain all ages. Go as soon as you can; you will not be disappointed.
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The show is great for kids of all ages and enjoyable for adults as well. It is fast paced, so even our little two-year old granddaughter was able to enjoy all 90 minutes. There are about 11 different scenes and each one is quick so the show...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Imago Theatre
Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad, the creators of Imago, have been called alchemists, magicians, theatrical animators, and physical comedians.
Defying classification, they have populated the stage with characters and beings such as comedic amphibians, acrobatic larvae, circus boulders, and metamorphosing humans in works which tantalize the senses, the intellect, and the passions. From adaptations of classics to excursions into vaudevillian existentialism, Imago’s repertoire is as vast as the forms they shape. With commissions for stage, film, and television, Imago blurs the lines of the expected to break new ground, exploding performance boundaries yet maintaining humor and humanity.
Imago Theatre tours internationally while also producing a season at its home base in Portland, Oregon. The company’s critically acclaimed productions FROGZ and ZooZoo have played at the prestigious New Victory Theatre on Broadway.
“A mastery of mime, dance and acrobatics.”
-THE NEW YORK TIMES