Equestrian Arts Review – Odysseo

No matter how many times I’ve seen Cavalia and Odysseo, they remain among the most beautiful productions in my long theatre-going life. First some background. When Cavalia burst onto the scene in 2003, it was unlike any other show. The spectacle under the Big Top merged horses, riders and acrobats in the most ingenious way. […]

Theatre/Circus Review – Cavalia Odysseo

Everyone remembers the sponsorship scandal as rife with greed and fraud, but in some cases, funding actually got into the right hands. Ten years ago, Normand Latourelle, late of Cirque du Soleil, had an idea for a horse spectacular, and it was a sponsorship grant that gave him the money to develop a show about […]