Details of Carnival and the Ticket Luck value
All of you who have seen the movie A night in the museum over and over again and has been fascinated by the concept of animals coming alive in front of you should rejoice and celebrate one more time. This time you can see it in the Carnival and that too live on stage.
This thrilling theatrical is coming to make the impossible possible. Now the theatre enthusiasts may have already understood our point, the rest should be informed about this extremely entertaining and fun filled theatre production that is called Carnival Of The Animals or simply Carnival.
It is a well-executed theatrical and wondrous experience that should not to be missed as it brings life to the creatures we love sometimes, become afraid of them at times, and yet want to see them live.
Carnival of the Animals is a story about a boy who spends a night in a museum where he is visited by fairytale animals. The clever tale is choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, a celebrated choreographer of contemporary ballet who has choreographed more than thirty ballets in five years. He first created the Carnival for New York City Ballet in 2003.
The splendid production was produced by Pennsylvania Ballet and Houston Ballet and premiered to sold-out houses in Houston. Later on, the production traveled many other places and earned fame and praise from audiences of all ages and nationalities. Critics loved it as well and gave it higher ratings.
Carnival is a fantasy ride through and through. This amazing Ballet tells the story of Oliver Percy, a young boy who stays overnight in the Museum of Natural History in New York. It follows a fantastical dream of Percy who falls asleep in the museum which soon turns out to be a magical place and the creatures there come to life.
The rest of the show is filled with many interesting events that will entertain you from start till end. The show provides unlimited fun and out and out excitement and the fairy tale creatures will make you cheer, fear and smile throughout the evening.
Carnival is a humorous and accessible ballet that offers a variety of entertainment for everyone. The ballet uses narration by noted actor John Lithgow and contains famous score by Camille Saint-Saens.
It is thoroughly enjoyable for kids while the elders can have equal fun watching pretty cool choreography by Wheeldon. A series of animals coming to life is masterly conceptualized by him and is animated very well by the Ballet dancers.
What makes the whole idea of Carnival interesting and distinctive is that groups of animals are also a type of person in Oliver's life. This makes the story and the style of dancing draw on several themes at one time. The people in Oliver's dream expressed desires he could not have known of and the dreaming them as animals depicts his mind situation while in the museum.
You can expect many surprises during the show. Be ready to encounter with monkeys, turtles, elephants, lions, hyenas, kangaroos and many other animals that will come create a magic throughout the show.
And hey, dont take them as just animals as you will find that Hyenas is Oliver's classmates, Hens and Cockerels are his classmates' parents, Weasals and Rats are his classmates' younger siblings, a kangaroo is the school librarian, a lion his school teacher and a baboon his piano teacher.
The imagination continues and Oliver imagines Jackasses as the wrestling team and tropical birds the cheerleaders they secretly desire to impress. The list goes on and on and the show truly emerges as the Carnival Of The Animals.
Carnival is a kind of family oriented entertainment that has been appreciated for bringing the theatre to Kids and elders alike. Its a show that has the potential to become an entry point to ballet for young children as they love it immensely.
And while the fanciful costumes and comic narration make this a ballet that appeals to children, it also has all the elements that can attract the adults also. They can enjoy the beautiful dancing fiesta by Christopher Wheeldon, the ever popular music by Camille Saint-Saens, breathtaking scenery and costumes and superb lighting effects.
While we can go on and on with the description of this brilliantly crafted production, there is nothing like experience the whole drama live in theatre.
So if you really wanted to have good time, simply book tickets to the amazingly different Carnival and take your whole family to enjoy this great extravaganza of dance and animals.