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Baton Rouge, Louisiana
May 6, 2006
From journal Thanksgiving With The Mouse
March 15, 2006
From journal Year-End Getaway to Sunshine State
February 12, 2006
From journal A Week In Orlando
October 11, 2005
I hopped in line to get a drink – and witnessed another sales campaign as they were selling "souvenir" mugs (more like JUGS). It took forever to get through the line, but I finally got my Coke and headed back to my seat. Initially I thought our seats were awesome – section B, right in front by the railing with the aisle in front. WRONG! This meant that anytime someone got up – and this was often – they walked right in front of us, blocking our view. I came to the conclusion that children should not be allowed to sit in the front sections – parents were up and down the entire show, taking kids to the bathroom!
That aside, the show was AMAZING! I would definitely see it again and will make a point to see other shows in other cities.
From journal Newbie Trip to Walt Disney World
January 2, 2005
From journal Summer Vacation at Disney World
mastic, New York
July 24, 2004
One downside is the drinks and snacks are expensive.
From journal Disney Port Orleans trip
July 7, 2003
From journal Silver Lake Resort
June 16, 2003
From journal Walt Disney for the Over-50 Crowd
San Francisco, California
May 29, 2003
We got our tickets through Disney as the seats offered were better than the discount places.
If you are going to go get seats above the first level in seats of 200 or above as some of the action will take place below you and you won't have to keep turning your head. We took this advice and were delighted.
All the acts, tumbling, balancing, highwire, dancing, etc. were truly amazing. The only drawback is no photos are allowed as it puts the performers at risk for injury.
If you want a fun night out -- do not hesitate to see La Nouba!
**Quick Tip: shop in the early afternoon before the show -- it is a mad house after the show!
** Extra Tip: Make sure you get to your seat 30-40 minutes early as there is a pre-show, but it is not advertised and will further delight you and set the stage for your Cirque Experience.
From journal Disney World Fun, Bargains and Helpful Tips
May 23, 2003
La Nouba features two groups of characters. Throughout the show, the magic and fantasy of the colourful Cirques (circus people) clash with the monochromatic world of the Urbains (urbanites). But as in fables, it is not so much this contrast as the interplay between the two groups which sparks our curiosity and feeds our imagination.
For more information visit http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/CirqueDuSoleil/en/shows/resident/lanouba
From journal Orlando Again