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Royce Hall at UCLA
340 Royce Drive Los Angeles, CA 90095
310-825-2101
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3.9 / 5 Rated by 360 members
Review from S. Craig

This must have been a trip down memory lane for Russians who loved Slava from childhood. By today's standards this one is a real DUD. My 9 and 12 year old said of the 1st act, "Pointless". This show was a like a montage of bad Red Skeleton...continued

reviewed Dec 12 2006 report as inappropriate
Review from Alex G.

The show started 1 hour 15 minutes late, was very short, lasted maybe 1 hour 20 minutes with intermission, and seemed to be much duller than the shows I remember Polunin doing 20 years ago in St. Petersburg, in the days of the Soviet Union.

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reviewed Dec 12 2006 report as inappropriate
Review from Kimberly N.

I don't think anyone "got it." It was very interesting. It was not for kids, mostly because it was dark and obscure. The clowns were supposed to be conveying something, but I don't think anyone ever figured out what. I couldn't even understand...continued

reviewed Dec 12 2006 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Lovers of dazzling theater imagery will find much to relish in Slava’s extravaganza” —Los Angeles Times
“Slava’s Snowshow is unique in the best kind of way — a simple collection of creative scenes capable of transforming an audience of adults into delighted children.” —Variety
“Slava’s Snowshow takes clowning to another level” —Daily Breeze
“Forget all the other Broadway shows! See this one!” —CNN

Description

Now in its Final Week!

This holiday season, Los Angeles hosts what Entertainment Weekly calls “The most flat-out spectacular moment Off-Broadway has seen in years.” Russia’s great living clown Slava Polunin transports audiences into a fantasia of falling snow, magical imagery and whimsical music in his awe-inspiring Slava’s Snowshow. Enjoying worldwide success including a more than two-year run off Broadway and numerous awards including the 2005 Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience and the Olivier Award, Slava’s Snowshow is an unforgettable adventure, culminating in a blinding, heart-stopping snowstorm that engulfs the entire audience! Perfect for the entire family.

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