Iporã (which means beautiful in the Guarani language) Show Legend was created by Rafain Churrascaria Show with the aim of presenting some of the culture and customs of 9 different countries to tourists visiting Foz do Iguaçu. The show is the presentation of more than 50 artists who dance and sing songs of Latin American countries.
The show has several costumes, sets and music that were renovated and gained more life, lightness and a bit of a mystery, because the lighting design bears the signature of the illuminator and set designer, Peter Gasper, a genius in his creations by Brazil to out.
An example is the dance that tells the Legend of the Falls, the first part of Iporã Legend Show where Peter used several resources of lights in order to make the lighting complements the engaging story of the emergence of the Iguassu Falls.
Peter Gasper was the creator of monumental lighting Itaipu Binacional, and is also responsible for the lighting of the Latin America Memorial, the Cathedral of Brasilia, the Alvorada Palace and the Imperial Museum, as well as major concerts.
The show features the artistic direction of Clenk Maicon, who created a unique spectacle, with specific costumes, and has more glamor Latin culture. Allied with the lighting, the show became even more professional. Clenk is also responsible for the direction of Beto Carrero World Amusement Park, besides making conjuring shows in various parts of Brazil.
Iporã – Legend Show
Monday to Saturday – 10:00 pm
More information + 55 45 3523-1177
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