Cabaret ZaZou review: ‘Luminaire’ delivers a wildly entertaining evening of song, cirque and more

Frank Ferrante as the clown Forte, welcomes all to an evening of music, acrobatics and dining at “Cabaret ZaZou presents Luminaire.”

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The Instagram-friendly crescent moon remains in the lobby on the 14th floor of the Cambria Hotel, although the signage above now reads Cabaret ZaZou rather than Teatro ZinZanni. The basic structure of the spectacular, two-hour-plus “Cabaret ZaZou presents Luminaire” remains similarly on-brand for Randolph Entertainment LLC, which has made a business of bringing world-class circus artists to the lavish “Spiegeltent” installed in the boutique hotel.

Like ZinZanni, “Luminaire” features a dazzling parade of contortionists, acrobats, jugglers and extraordinary aerialists in a venue so intimate you can see them sweat. As before, the circus acts are woven together by a loveable clown (played by ZinZanni star Frank Ferrante) and live music. All is accompanied by a decent four-course meal and the opportunity to drop some serious coin on a gift shop tiara. 

‘Cabaret ZaZou presents Luminaire’

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Source:: Chicago Sun Times

      

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