Over the years, the Night Festival has become a higly anticipated affair in Singapore. Besides the beautiful light installations at the museums, the Festival hosts many performances. The large number of visitors each year means that there is always a demand for large-scale extravaganza.
Enter Ozono Producciones. For this year’s edition of the Festival, the Argentinian performance group offered three different spectacles. The first involved a dancer moving to the music while being suspended by a crane. The second was of two dancers frolicking and jumping across a giant silver curtain. The last performance involved four dancers serenading the crowd on top of a translucent pool.
Each performance carries one to a make-believe world where one could roam in space or on water freely. While the performances are rather crowd-pleasers, I have to admit that they are very physically demanding. Thus, I have an absolute respect for the performers for giving their all.