FUERZA BRUTA WAYRA Begins Performances Off-Broadway Tonight
S2BN Entertainment and OZONO Productions bring the hit off-Broadway show, Fuerza Bruta, back to life with WAYRA, the electrifying and innovative third production in the De La Guarda trilogy. Having recently thrilled audiences in London, England and Buenos Aires, Argentina, the New York City production of WAYRA begins performances at the Daryl Roth Theatre (101 E. 15th Street, NYC) tonight, June 27, 2014, and features spectacular new scenes and, for the first time in the history of the trilogy, live music. An official opening night for WAYRA has been set for Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
The culmination of the De La Guarda legacy, WAYRA takes the audience on an 80-minute thrill ride from beginning to end, with an extra 20 minutes of heart thrashing fun, fast paced and upbeat live music, on-stage musicians, and breathtaking aerial displays. The newly designed set and scenes are sure to present fans of the previous incarnations (and new fans alike) with fresh experiences and guarantee that WAYRA will be a theatrical thrill that floods the senses.
"The incredible thing about theatre is that it's not an individual experience, it's a social encounter," says director Diqui James.
Tickets for WAYRA are now on sale for $99 and can be purchased online by visiting www.fuerzabrutanyc.com, or by calling 212-239-6200. Group tickets may be purchased by calling 1-855-9-FUERZA, or by contacting email@example.com. For all performances, thirty rush tickets will be made available for $30 each at the box-office two hours before show (cash only). Audiences will stand and may be asked to move and participate. Comfortable shoes and clothing are recommended. For more information, visit www.fuerzabrutanyc.com.
Fuerza Bruta is an Argentinean-founded multi-sensory spectacular created by Artistic Director Diqui James and Musical Director Gaby Kerpel, the same creators of De La Guarda. Fuerza Bruta premiered in Buenos Aires in 2005 and has been seen in London, Lisbon, Cordoba, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Sao Paulo, Rosario, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Queretaro and Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it earned critical praise and was honored with the prestigious Bank of Scotland Herald Angel award for "the biggest and best show on the Fringe - the must see event of 2007" (The Herald).