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Fuerza Bruta: Look Up

Daryl Roth Theatre
20 Union Sq. East, New York, NY, 10003
at 15th St.
212-375-1110

Amazing

By safey91 on 2/10/2008

  • Overall Rating: 10

This show was amazing, truly spectacular. Everyone should go see it. Just be sure not to wear your nicest clothes ;)

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133 out of 273 people found this review helpful.

Something to see

By kcromeyer on 8/1/2010

  • Overall Rating: 7
  • No, I would not go back!

Overall an interesting show. I'm glad to see that something like this exists in NYC. I don't however think that I would have been happy to pay $75 per ticket, plum benefits gave us a nice discount.

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63 out of 138 people found this review helpful.

Lost its magic

By ColdTruth on 5/9/2012

  • Overall Rating: 1
  • No, I would not go back!

I saw this show 3 years ago a LOVED it. It was incredible. Life changing. I went back 3 times that year! I went again last week (5/2012) and it was just terrible. It's not the same show at all. All of the wonderful intense energy is gone and has been replaced with annoying frat kids from "da club". Ewwww. Sorry if you missed the original production. This new cast isn't nearly as talented or compelling. Save your money.

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spare me - spare you!

By gardenymph on 5/3/2010

  • Overall Rating: 1
  • No, I would not go back!

This was the most vacuous and boring show - I don't know how so many 20-somethings had $75 to throw away in this time of recession. Loud, redundant music, with about 10 minutes of creativity sprinkled in. The rest of the time is spent watching "performers" smash boxes of feathers over one anothers' heads, splash at one another on an overhead Slip-N-Slide, and getting sprayed by a Mad Hatter-like DJ with a fire hose. An insipid rip-off or a really poor rave. I could have gone to a good dance club for much less. Boring and sad.

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