August 12, 2011
Acrobats, aerialists, cartists and comedians make up the new family entertainment spectacular New Ezuru, opening Tuesday in the Beau Rivage Theatre. Among the cast of 25 international performers is Bello Nock, who was named by Time magazine as “America’s Best Clown.” Nock performed with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus for eight years and was the star per-former in “Bellobration.” Nock blends comedy and jaw-dropping daredevil stunts, and his COURTESY BEAU RIVAGE motto is “No audience member, should need more than the edge of their seat.” Nock’s antics are interlaced with a variety of cirque-style acts show-casing strength, beauty, grace and agility. “New Ezuru has many unusual. images and characters,” said Dream-Cast Entertainment’s Misha Mato– rin, the show’s creator and producer. “We will bring some never-before-seen acts to the United States. Au-diences will marvel as performers travel through the air, push the Lim-its with incredible, acrobatic tricks and ascend their art to unparal-leled heights.” A veteran aerialist himself, Ma-. torin grew up in the Moscow Cir-cus, where his father was director and his mother was a trapeze artist. The former guest creator of Cirque du Soleil’s “Mystere” now uses his background and expertise to devel-op shows that consist of the finest aerial, acrobatic and discipline tal-ents in the world. New Ezuru performances will be Tuesday-Friday at 7 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday, there will be two shows at 3 and 7 p.m. Tick-ets are $9.95, $14.95 and $19.95 plus tax and service fees, at the Beau Rivage ticket office, by phone at 1-888-566-7469 or online at vvww. beaurivage.com. New Ezuru room packages start at $60 per person, double occupan-t), and include deluxe accommo-dations for one night, show ticket and a $15 food and beverage cred-it.
Source: Sun Herald