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January 04, 2007|Charles McNulty

"Slava's Snowshow": Clown Slava Polunin and his comic cohorts work the crowd unusually hard. Put it this way: There's no safety in your seat. If you don't want to be squirted with a water bottle, covered in a sticky spider-web-like substance or blinded by bright lights and a windstorm of confetti, this isn't the show for you. But connoisseurs of circus foolery, youngsters who won't be too disturbed by a man with a red nose walking around with a noose around his neck and lovers of dazzling theater imagery will find much to relish in Slava's extravaganza. There's a marvelous simplicity to the magic of this internationally renowned Russian troupe.

-- Charles McNulty

Ends Sunday at Royce Hall, UCLA. (310) 825-2101.

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