Ema and I watched the Fuerza Bruta at the Manila Hotel Tent last Saturday.
Fuerza Bruta literally means Brute Force. The Argentinian show is a 60-minute spectacle of flying dancers, people running on a giant treadmill and bursting through moving walls, and dancers wading in a giant suspended pool.
The show is all about acrobatics, dance, visual aerial displays, and hard pumping beats that will surely awaken your senses.
You can chill in the lounge area and enjoy some drinks while waiting for the show to start.
The Fuerza Bruta cocktail drink: mix of Antonov vodka, lime and chilled cranberry juice with triple sec. It was good.
And the Look Up cocktail drink: mix of Antonov vodka, chilled pineapple, mango and orange juice. Sweeet!
Everyone’s excited for the show. And yes, we were all standing.
The show started with the man walking on a giant treadmill. Then he started running. Passed through walls and…
Dead. Walked then ran again.
Then two suspended dancers came at the side.
They started dancing and running.
Tumbling, Chasing, Screaming. Awesome Acrobatics!
Then he started running again. He’s a runner! Does he ever get tired? hehe
The dancers then wrecked the stage and threw everything away.
So they can dance. :))
They were so full of energy and you can’t help yourself but to dance as well. It was so much fun!
The most awaited part of the show: the 45-foot clear-bottom hanging tilting pool with girls wading on small puddle of water.
The girls just played around while everyone watched below and be amazed by the view.
They lower the pool so you can touch it. And also the girls. hehe
The four girls held hands together for their final pose.
The show ended with a techno dance party and showered everyone with water from the fire hose.
The outstanding cast of the show. GRAN!
After the show Ema and I chilled for a while and tried the Antonov Vodka mixed drink. It was really refreshing. I liked it!
We then went inside the Manila Hotel to take pictures. :)
Polo from Memo, Pants from Dockers, Boat shoes from Sperry Top-sider.
The show was really great and we enjoyed every part of it.
One word to describe it: AWESOME.