Presented on July 30, must-see attraction circus variety show called Ooh La La can be seen on the Margaret Island Open Air Theater for further two evenings. It is made by the Hungarian-born director-producer Steve Bor, partly with Hungarian collaborators. The international production, which is realized by the request of Szabad Ter Theater, can be seen in Budapest for the first time and offers a unique experience. The organizers recommend the night show beginning at 10 pm. only for people at age 16+, itthonbudapesten.blog.hu said.
Oh La La is an impressive stage show, which guides the audience into the sensual world of the most stylish clubs of Paris, Moulin Rouge, Lido and Crazy Horse. In the spectacular variety show performance, which is made for the facility of the Margaret Island Main Stage, excellent dancers, a great singer and world-famous circus performers and acrobats come into play. The audience can expect sumptuous costumes, breathtaking stunts, sensational music, cancan, beautiful girls and a handsome actor-announcer in the most special night program of the city on July 30, 31 and August 1.
The director of the revue-circus is Steve Bor, descendant of a Hungarian circus family, who traveled the world as a juggler himself. Since 1986, he makes international hit productions with his company called Bor Productions and works together as recognized performers as Nathan Clarke, choreographer of Oh La La, who was choreographer of BBC’s The Voice, the closing ceremony of London Olympic and Paralympic Games and he was the choreographer of the band Take That’s concert tour called Progress as well.
In the Budapest production, actor Krisztian Kolovratnik contributes, and the Crazy Rouge dancers, stars of Britain’s Got Talent 2014. The concept of the show tied to Steve and Kim Bor, the Hungarian text was written by Gergely Zoldi, dances were taught by Valentina Bor, visual designer and director of the show is Steve Bor.
The night variety show for adults is a must-see attraction of the hot summer nights, during which the audience cannot just be part of a special production at the Open Air Theater, but they can discover the night face of Budapest, the cool Margaret Island and the magical lookout of the Water Tower, but they also can travel by the roundtrip Theater boat service in the Danube.
For more information: www.szabadter.hu
based on the article of itthonbudapesten.blog.hu
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