Odysseo by Cavalia

My friend Curt wrote this amazing review. I

The Frenetic Peripatetic

We were invited to view the Saturday, September 9th performance of Odysseo by Cavalia with complimentary media tickets. What follows is our review of the show, which took place under the white big top tent near Opryland Hotel during the show’s stay in Nashville, Tennessee.

From time immemorial, the bond between human and horse has influenced history to harbinger the rise and fall of empires through more efficient transportation and advancement in warfare.Now the harmony between horse and human brings audiences together to entertain and enthrall unlike any other live production. Odysseo, a touring, multimillion dollar production by Cavalia, takes audiences on a thrilling ride through physical artistry, scenery and music while deftly defying both gravity and the limits of imagination.

Odysseo harnesses creativity and grace in the form of 50 artists and 65 horses of 12 different breeds who rendezvous under the world’s largest traveling big top (125…

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