Cirque du Soleil OVO Estero Tickets
Cirque du Soleil OVO
Cirque du Soleil’s OVO is a traveling acrobatic circus with an insect theme and story. Deborah Colker created, wrote, directed and choreographed the show. Colker, a dancer, found inspiration in the world of insects, particularly their movement. It is the movement of that life, that, “permeates the entire show.” The “creatures” fly, leap, bound and crawl about the stage with music composed by Berna Ceppas. Inspired by and infused with Brazilian rhythms and textures, this show is a must-see event. The production premiered in Montreal, Canada in 2009. It has one of the largest and most ambitious flying acts ever undertaken by Cirque du Soleil.
Brazilian-born Colker played piano and volleyball in her youth. Graciela Figueroa, an Uruguayan dancer, introduced her to contemporary dance. Figueroa led a troupe called Coringa, which was famous in the 1980s in Rio de Janeiro, Colker’s hometown. In the mid-eighties, she joined Brazilian theater with the title of “director of movement,” a position and title created just for Colker.
In 1994, she created a dance company of her own, the “Companhia de Danca Deborah Colker.” The company quickly went on to international fame performing around the world in some of the most famous venues. Other ballet and dance companies have performed some of the original pieces in the company’s repertoire.
Cirque du Soleil
Founded near Montreal, Canada, in the early 1980s, Cirque du Soleil grew out of a group of street performers who just wanted to entertain. An idea of presenting a kind of circus, sans animals, began to form. With wild acrobatics, outrageous costumes, “magical” lighting and original music, they called it Cirque du Soleil—Circus of the Sun—because the “sun symbolizes youth, energy and strength.”
The Amway Center in Orlando, FL, is one of the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly arenas in the world. This multi-use venue stages every kind of event, from rodeos to ice shows, from professional basketball games to Olympic ice and track trials.
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The show’s logo represents an insect’s eyes, nose and antennae.
OVO means “egg” in Portuguese. The egg is the unifying theme of the show.
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