Permanently housed in a “Big Top” built specifically for this show, La Nouba passed the 6000th show mile marker last year and shows no signs of losing it’s lustre. In fact, it still plays to a packed house five days a week. It is a absolutely, jaw-dropping, spectacular performance that delights both young and old. It is a must-do if you’re planning a trip to Disney.
Don’t forget to breathe as you watch the tight-rope performers. You’ll be absolutely stunned at the agility and skill of the little girls with the Diabolos (Chinese yo-yos) and you’ll giggle the whole way through as you follow The Clowns and The Nuts. Perhaps the act that will ultimately blow your mind though is the trampoline act, where performers seemingly walk up walls and narrowly miss each other in mid-air.
I have heard it said before that it is impossible to adequately describe a Cirque du Soleil show. Now having seen one, I have to agree. It can’t be put into words because it as much a delight to the heart and the soul as it is to the mind.