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Teatro ZinZanni
Between 2nd and 3rd Ave 222 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 34 members
Review from Giggling Girls
Red Velvet 68 events 25 reviews

My daughter and I loved the venue, the costumes, the food and our server Anne. However, the storyline was disturbing and misogynistic with the objectification of a female puppet being carted around by male characters trying to get their awkward,...continued

reviewed Jul 08 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from csinape
14 events 10 reviews

As usual, a good show. Several things I don't care for--The added $10.00 charge and beign charged extra for coffee/tea. I hate surprises or additons when already poying a considerable fee. Also, seating in the booths often involves a post for...continued

reviewed Jul 11 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Vickie Haase
9 events 8 reviews

Lovely evening, enjoyed by all 4 of us--amazing and entertaining performers!

reviewed Jun 24 2010 report as inappropriate
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Step right up and step back in time as an 18th century circus troupe takes over Teatro ZinZanni’s spiegeltent. The Maestro and his menagerie of strong men, equilibrists, and trapeze artists have come to collect an unusual puppet and end up staying awhile. Magic, merriment and mayhem abound as Teatro ZinZanni presents Maestro’s Menagerie, a mesmerizing mélange of trickery and illusion guaranteed to beguile the beholder.

With French Canadian static trapeze artists Ssens Duo in their Seattle debut, Maestro’s Menagerie features the return of Ukrainian illusionist Voronin as the Maestro and blues songbird Francine Reed. Also featuring the sensuous Russian contortionist Svetlana, the Human Cartoon American clown Peter Pitofsky, Russian gentleman juggler Sergiy Krutikov, the acrobatic comic duo the Collins Brothers, opera diva Juliana Rambaldi, and the luminous equilibrist Elena Boradina.

About Voronin:

Known throughout the world as “The Maestro,” Ukrainian illusionist Voronin has been described as the essence of Buster Keaton and Jacques Tati. After graduating from the Kiev Children’s Studio and Kiev State Circus School, Voronin formed his own theater company, The Theatre of Caliostro. In 1988, he swept first place in magic competitions in Germany, Moscow and Austria. In 1999, he won the Siegfried and Roy prize for Master Magician. When not starring in Teatro ZinZanni, Voronin is one of the most sought-after stars of the European cabaret circuit. He returns to Seattle fresh from his most recent European tour to collaborate on this all-new production of A Suitcase Named Desire. An original cast member, Voronin appeared in the very first production of Teatro ZinZanni in 1998. This is his 21st engagement with Teatro ZinZanni.

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