Fuerza Bruta is a postmodern theatrical show originally formed in Buenos Aires created by Diqui James in 2005. The name ‘Fuerza Bruta’ comes from its own company name that produces the show. A portion of the company owners running the show were the former founders of the De La Guarda, which appears to be quite the same with the show Villa Villa.
Fuerza Bruta has always been described as spectacular and a ‘360 degree’ kind of experience that creates a deep interaction between the big crowd and the performers of the show. Themed as Warya (translation: Brute Force Wind) – Fuerza Bruta, the show is a kind of night that would blow an immerse and extreme experience to the audiences.
Since the year 2007, Fuerza Bruta has been performing in the downtown suburb of New York at the Daryl Roth Theater. After the show had moved to New York, the casting expanded to 16 people and more than half million people have witnessed the fun-filled show.
From the time that the show had started to travel across the globe, they have reached various cities and countries, including Cordoba, Buenos Aires, Bogota, Querataro, Chicago, Miami, Bilbao, Lisbon, Moscow, London, Berlin, Antwerp, Edinburgh, Taiwan, Madrid, Tel Aviv, Heerlen and Manila.
Fuerza Bruta is a loud, wild and extremely fun show that can be enjoyed by a large group of friends, a night out with the gang or with the family. It features multi-talented band musicians, new aerial displays and a bunch of extraordinary scenes, including the aerial water tank packed with gorgeous lithe dancers that would make the nights hotter than ever.
From the show’s 2006 theater performances, they’ve come a long way in their career as theater artists and as a show. In fact, they have made the show better and bigger to give the crowd a night to remember for a lifetime.