Whimsical and inventive, Frogz put renowned company Imago Theatre on the international map. A performance of illusion, comedy, and delight, the show, presented April 12-13 by Anchorage Concert Association, charms adults and kids alike with what The New York Times called “a mastery of mime, dance and acrobatics … inspired fun!”
With wit and wonder, fantastical creatures and performance evoke smiles, giggles and awe, awakening curiosity and thrilling audiences. “Sure fire entertainment for all ages,” raves Boston Herald.
One NPR reviewer said, “It is hard to name a show better suited to introduce kids to the imaginative power of theater.” Kids are fascinated by penguins playing musical chairs, the sloth circus, and the giant kitty trapped in an even bigger paper bag that’s mysteriously alive. Adults appreciate Frogz on a higher plane, admiring the show’s highly skilled performers and clever intersection of vaudeville, Cirque du Soleil, and Mummenschanz.
“A simple, elegant work that embraces the joy of imagination,” described Variety, “(with) wit and wonder that evoke smiles, giggles ... and awe.”
Take a trip to the zoo – on a yet-to-be discovered planet – and discover why this breathtaking theatrical treat has mesmerized more than a million people worldwide. Imago Theatre’s Frogz, April 12-13, Atwood Concert Hall, presented by Anchorage Concert Association. Tickets available at CenterTix box office (263-ARTS) and anchorageconcerts.org.