Cal Performances Circus and Acrobat Package - 3 Show Package
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The last date listed for Cal Performances Circus and Acrobat Package was Friday November 3, 2006 / 8:00pm (plus Nov. 24 & Jan 20 - see details below).
Currently at Cal Performances' Zellerbach Hall
- Full Price:
- $30 - $48
- Our Price:
- $15 - $36
A visual feast of color and movement set to pulse-pounding drumming, Balé Folclórico da Bahia's… More
Ticket buyers will be seated in best available seats for each performance.
Performances included in this package are:
- Fri, Nov 3, 2006 at 8 pm — Moscow Circus
- Fri, Nov 24, 2006 at 8 pm — Golden Dragon Acrobats
- Sat, Jan 20, 2007 at 8 pm — Peking Acrobats
Experience one of the crown jewels of Russia’s rich heritage with the legendary Moscow Circus. Dating back to the reign of Catherine the Great, the circus has been a revered form of Russian culture. A popular export, Moscow Circus performers have been exciting North American audiences since 1998. Thrill to centuries-old Russian feats and folklore performed by 20 of the greatest Moscow Circus performers including acrobats, equilibrists (hand balancers), contortionists, human puppets and clowns, plus Russian singers, dancers and music.
Golden Dragon Acrobats_ - *_Fri, Nov 24, 2006 at 8 pm*
For thousands of years, Chinese acrobats have astounded audiences with their practice of the longest-running folk art form in history. In their homeland, they are as revered as prima ballerinas and opera singers are in the West. Marking the 28th year of continuous touring in the United States, the Golden Dragon Acrobats are renowned for performing award-winning acrobatics and traditional dance in programs featuring spectacular costumes and ancient and contemporary theatrical techniques. A show of breathtaking skill and beauty.
Direct from the People’s Republic of China, the Peking Acrobats have toured the world since 1958, mesmerizing audiences with the amazing presentation of their ancient folk art, acrobatics. Carefully selected from the finest schools in China, these gymnasts, jugglers, cyclists, and tumblers transform 2000-year-old athletic disciplines into an all-ages kaleidoscope of entertainment. Always a huge favorite with family audiences, the show is performed amidst all the excitement and pageantry of a Chinese carnival. “The Peking Acrobats regularly passed from the seemingly impossible to the virtually unbelievable” (Los Angeles Times).