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Long-Running Fuerza Bruta Will End Its New York Engagement After Nine Years

The production will say farewell to its home at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

A scene from Wayra: Fuerza Bruta, now playing at the Daryl Roth Theatre.
(© Jacob Cohl)

The long-running New York City production of Fuerza Bruta will end its nine-year run at the Daryl Roth Theatre on Sunday, August 28. The show began its run in 2007 and will have played over 3,000 performances.

Originating in Buenos Aires in 2005, Fuerza Bruta is described as a "65-minute thrill ride, including an extra 20 minutes of heart-thrashing, fast-paced fun, rousing live music, mind-blowing projections, and breathtaking aerial displays." With newly designed giant scenography and scenes set above the audience, the show presents fans of the previous incarnations (and new fans alike) with fresh experiences, delivering theatrical thrills that flood the senses.

There are plans to develop a new version of show to bring back to New York in the future.

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