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Der Name der Show, La Nouba, kommt von dem französischen Ausdruck „faire La Nouba“, der so viel bedeutet wie „feiern, Spaß haben“. Es ist eine Welt, in der sich Traum und Realität vereinen und die urbane und die Zirkuswelt auf der Bühne aufeinandertreffen. In La Nouba vermischt sich Akrobatik mit atemberaubenden Choreographien, wunderlichen Charakteren und Live-Musik, was unsere Fantasie vom Beginn bis zum allerletzten Moment anregt. Nur im Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida.
Ortsansässige Show im Walt Disney World® Resort - Downtown Disney, Orlando, FL
The clowns Balthazar & Sergei.
Once upon a time there were four Nuts. Four Nuts that no one could see, but they themselves saw everything. Nuts they might be, but mad they were not. And these Nuts had but one idea in their heads: to mind everyone’s business but their own, to disobey, to muddle lines, stories, destinies . . . and to have fun!
Imagine a classic love story with the passion and intensity of Romeo and Juliet. Only now, the relationship is between a Pierrot clown and a lost ballerina. Their love, like their dance, is a never-ending story filled with desire, fear and a longing for more.
He is a solitary figure, unfriendly and potentially threatening. He marches assertively through the world of La Nouba, like a nightmare waiting to take over a sweet dream. Beware the giant.
Once upon a time, there was an Attic that had been abandoned for many years. Among the cobwebs, the forgotten toys, the trunks bursting with memories, strange and fabulous characters lay dormant, just waiting to take up their tale. All she had to do was open the door. As the door swung shut behind her, Petite Madame (who had merely come to do a little cleaning), found herself beset on all sides by a mad reel of the possible and the impossible, dream and reality, the wonderful and the everyday.
A member of the Red Pierrot family, the Acrobatic Pierrot appears up on the mountain, on the wall at the End of the World, on the Rocks, at the heart of the action.
She has escaped her cage, and desperately wants to fly. But she can't fly away and join the circus, because she is too awkward. She remains trapped in the urban world like a marionette with tangled strings.
What’s going on in the head (under the hat) of the lonely little Walker? Back and forth he goes, never stopping... except at very specific moments, for reasons known to him alone.