Internationally acclaimed Aluminum show to hit Perot stage Oct. 22


A unique and fascinating show that originated in Israel and has made its way around the world visiting places like New York, Berlin, Moscow and Las Vegas is making its way to Texarkana and hitting a local stage at the Perot Theatre. It’s an amazing experience you won’t want to miss!

After over a decade of touring worldwide, Aluminum Group is thrilled to present the world premiere of the spectacular, new Aluminum Show.

This new and unique show brings the material, the music and the artists together on stage in a magical, mystery-filled creation combining visual theater, dance, and humor into an exciting, multi-sensory experience, the likes of which audiences have never before seen.

“The audience can expect a lot of interactivity. This show breaks the fourth wall which is a performance tradition in which an invisible wall separates actors from the audience – that means it’s coming off the stage and into the audience, and people will be enjoying and participating in the show,” explained TRAHC Marketing Coordinator, David Murphy.

The Aluminum Show began in Israel and was created by Ilan Azriel. Azriel, a dancer from the Inbal Dance Theatre in Tel Aviv, Isreal and part of the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company created a story of one man’s incredible journey to a parallel universe – a futuristic planet made entirely of aluminum. During the show, the audience will see aluminum pipes come to life right before their very eyes, transforming into imaginary, mysterious, and playful characters.

“It is so exciting to have The Aluminum Show come to Texarkana. It’s a big deal and we are fortunate to get this show. We are hoping many people will attend and get the opportunity to experience this avant-garde performance,” said Murphy.

The Aluminum Show will take place at the Perot Theatre on October 22nd at 7:30 p.m. Tickets to the show can be purchased online at The Aluminum Show, via telephone by calling (903) 792- 8681 or in person by visiting the box office located on 221 Main St.

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