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The Slavas Snowshow is an entertainment spectacle that has been regarded by critics as one of the best theatre shows today. It has won many honors, including a Tony Award and many other accolades for being a unique show with circus arts. The star of the show is Slava Polunin, a clown hailing from Russia who achieved worldwide fame right from his first few performances. His popularity graph has since only risen, making him one of the most popular names in this particular genre. He is often known as the face of the clown arts. His performance style is very different and he shuns everything that would make him a regular clown. He is known for carefully orchestrating every aspect of his performance before bringing it to the stage. He considers everything before designing it. His tricks, even those that seem more incredulous and very bizarre have been very carefully calculated so that they are performed with the utmost perfection every time. He is quite adventurous in his art and spends a lot of time formulating his acts. This is why no other show will even come close to the innovation that he puts forth. Slava Snowshow tickets are available for the scheduled fall shows.
Slava has always been this calculating and careful with his craft. Every since he was a little boy, he discovered his talent for entertainment and started to work on his acts and the kinds of shows he wanted to put together. He was born and raised in Novosil, a small town in Orlovsk, and thus he picked up the basics by attending the local circuses as a child. In school, he would listen to his geography teacher narrate the tales of Leningrad, or as he called it, the single most beautiful place on earth, and lived to see the day when he would visit this place. As he grew older, he finally did make the pilgrimage.
Here, he got himself enrolled in college and studied economics and engineering. Any student would have been honored to be given a seat at this institute. Even his mother dreamed that her son would one day grow up to be an engineer; but Slava had other plans. He dropped out of college and took up a job as a mime instead. He had always known that he was best at the entertainment arts and so he began to explore the secrets behind mime, and the intrigue it held with audiences everywhere.
He was quite successful as a pantomime. He gave it his own spin which began to be known as the “expressive idiotism”, a term that he dubbed for himself. This art form brought him a lot of popularity among the local audiences. He started to perform at the Estrada which is one of the most renowned stages to perform on in Russia. His competence at pantomime gave him the honor of being the “artist laureate” of the showbiz stage. There came a time where there wasn’t even a single concert being played in the country in which he was not directly or indirectly a part of. He would show up as the opening act, the halftime performer, or as part of the Polunin-Skorzov duo.
Within a year, the duo began to expand and thought of building a proper show of their own together instead of performing as part of other shows. Polunin then invented Asisyai, a very famous and talented clown. He was known for adorning a bright yellow colored broiler suit which would pair up with big red slippers. This clown was not loudly hilarious, nor slapstick, but dwelled onto a more poetic style which appeared gentler on stage. This was inspired from the sad clown style developed by Leonid Engibarov and held a deep philosophical meaning made clear by Marcel Marceau. This character also took inspiration from the Charlie Chaplin films and how the silent film industry was able to portray so much without dialogue. Polunin took in all these factors when training himself into becoming this clown. His hard work and research is evident in the shows today.
The Asisyai character first appeared on television in 1980 where he performed a sketch in which he expressed his loneliness and longing to be understood. The audience can expect such subject matters in the shows to come. Slavas Snowshow tickets for the fall program will be available soon.