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Only Three More Days of Fuerza Bruta

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If you haven't yet seen Fuerza Bruta, you have only three more days to catch this visually dazzling, interactive spectacle.

For the $64 general admission ticket, you will see some pretty nifty acrobatics; get socked with confetti, spritzed with water, and dragged into a dance routine; and touch a glass ceiling.

The show's general story line follows a dude in perpetual motion, running from something, or maybe toward something, but what we don't quite know. Yet the journey is worth every minute. For ticket info, call 305-949-6722 or visit the Arsht Center online.

After the jump, check out some video footage of Fuerza Bruta:

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