House of Yes presents an immersive, multisensory theatrical event that recreates the ancient Mesoamerican legend of how chocolate came to Earth. More…
'CocoaDios' transports audiences into a world where deities of blood and chocolate lord over sacrifice and the dance floor. Told through rituals, song, and dance, this erotic experience is performed simultaneously in English and Spanish, with an original score that blends contemporary pop, dance, electronic, regional Mexican music, and ceremonial Mayan drumming.
"Very reminiscent of Cirque du Soleil where you’re seeing acrobatics that seem impossible...To be able to sing, and sing well, while contorting and using their bodies in the manner they did was spectacular. I would highly recommend seeing this show but with the caveat to have an open mind. This show is meant to be entertaining and fun; while the performers are top-notch they do not take themselves too seriously and want the audience to enjoy themselves." Full Review
See it if you like ancient cultures like mayan. If you want to find immersive details in a burlesque aerial show. If you want to see spectacular masks
Don't see it if you live far away. It is long ride to Brooklyn to House Of Yes, on the other side, HOY is a must, they always offer interesting shows.
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