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Fuerzabruta: Look Up
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Fuerzabruta: Look Up

Oct 24, 2007 - Jan 05, 2014
Running time: 1:10
PLAYING @
Daryl Roth Theatre
101 E 15th St
New York, NY 10003
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Subway: 4, 5, 6, N, R, L to Union Square-14th Street.
By Bus: M14
Show Description:

Music

Gaby Kerpel

Director

Diqui James

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ADDITIONAL INFO

Listed at TKTS: Frequently
Audience Advisory
The show is general admission. The show does not use seats. You will be on your feet during the 70 minute performance and may be asked to move and/or participate. It is recommended that you dress casually and check articles with the coat check service. The show uses strobe lights, loud noises, water, mist & fog.
Age Guidance: 8
Show Notes
Show is not suitable for children under 8. Parental discretion is advised

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Wheelchair seating is available.
Seating
Seats 257.
Elevator\Escalator
An elevator from the main floor to the basement, but the basement is not wheelchair accessible
Curb Ramps
ramp available.
Entrance
three steps to enter the building from the sidewalk.
Restroom
wheelchair accessible restroom (unisex) is located on the main floor. Additional restrooms are located one flight down.
Water Fountain
basement
Telephone
Basement
Infrared Listening System
None available.
Visual
None.

VIDEOS

REVIEWS

And while "Fuerzabruta" - which feels like a rave on acid - isn't exactly profound, it's undeniably spectacular. The central defining image, repeated numerous times, is that of a well-dressed businessman running in place on a giant elevated treadmill. Despite powerful blasts of wind and walls that appear out of nowhere, he soldiers on - even as shots are fired and other figures drop all around him.

-Frank Scheck, New York Post CONTINUE READING
Created by Diqui James, “Fuerzabruta” (the title is Spanish for “Brute Force”) is akin in some respects to hugely popular, no-language-barrier works like “Stomp” and the Blue Man Group shows. The drawing card here is that you get to be part of the experience too.

-Charles Isherwood, The New York Times CONTINUE READING

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