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Zoo Zoo’s
Furry Antics

Updated 07:23 PM HST, February 7, 2011
Posted 09:19 PM HST, February 5, 2011

By Maesyn

The inner child.

It has been blatantly ignored, repressed, and generally not paid attention to.

What could be more important than nourishing the silliness inside of ourselves?

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In a night of revelry, wit, acrobatics, mime, and all around good clean fun, the Imago production of Zoo Zoo is coming to the MACC’s Castle Theater. The performance will commence this Thursday, February 10th, at 7:30 pm.

In a show that is deceptively simple, a wild cast of characters dressed as zoo animals perform a series of humorous skits designed to make the oldest and the youngest audience members roll in the aisles.

The brilliant nonsense and creative theatrical acrobatics keep every audience member wide eyed and giggling.

With everything from frog hopping choreography, to dancing polar bears, to penguins playing musical chairs, the antics are designed to make you relax, laugh, and not take life so seriously.

“Fantastical!” wrote the LA Times.

“Amazing and hilarious!” said The Boston Globe.

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An Imago Production, ZooZoo features segments from their well known shows, like FROGZ and Biglittlethingscharacters.

Using physical comedy, without words, Imago succeeds in taking performance art to a place of universal language. It is a world where no translations are needed, and silliness and fun are infectiously irresistible.

“Delightful! Just watch!” says the New York Times.

Adored by parents, children, and critics worldwide, Imago is here to bring forth the inspiration inside of all of us, and invite our inner children out to play.

Tickets are $12, $28, $38.

*If you have a suggestion for the Mauinow entertainment section, please email maesyn@mauinow.com

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