They say "never work with children and animals". Gregory Popovich has clearly ignored this advice and that is just as well if you have tickets to see the show: all manner of kittens, cats, puppies and dogs have been trained to perform funny and clever tricks. Although he, his wife and daughter are quite good, it is the animals who really steal the show. Most of us have seen performing dogs before but the cats, geese and ducks are a new angle on the obedience genre. This makes for a family-friendly extravaganza which ticks all the boxes of fun, frenzy and foolery.
You won't believe your eyes with Popovich Comedy Pet Theater Tickets
Everybody who has their own pets at home will know how difficult it can be to train their big soppy hound, let alone the surly pussycat. So you will be amazed at some of the cunning animal tricks that he has lined up for those with Popovich Comedy Pet Theater Tickets. As the trainers, the humans on stage adopt such foolish guises as clowns, stilt walkers and jugglers, while the animals are given quasi-heroic costumes such as doctors, firemen and superheroes. Obviously it is done with tongue firmly in cheek but kids will be particularly impressed with the kitten who treads a play ball like a giant hamster wheel and the puppy soccer game which is unscripted so you never know what is around the corner, even referee Gregory Popovich doesn't know what is going to happen which leads to a great deal of chaotic canine cavalcading. Popovich started out as a Russian juggler but when he introduced four-legged friends to his act, the crowds went wild; so much so that he has long had a sell-out investiture in Las Vegas.
Animal antics on tour. Gregory Popovich promises to amaze
While the humans on stage do physical comedy and some basic conjuring, the pets do the acrobatics and feats of wonder that you are really hoping to see. There are around 30 different animals on stage at any one time, as well as cats and dogs, there is also a parrot, miniature horse and assorted farmyard friends. Popovich is quick to point out that he doesn't have a favourite animal in his impressive menagerie, but that is not to say that you can't choose the one you like best. Every member of the family will have his or her personal favourite act but wait until you see the little sausage dog turning tricks on the big wheel, he is having such great fun that it will crack a smile on even the sternest of grandparents.