Shanghai Acrobats of the People's Republic of China
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 7:30PM
Fine Arts Center Concert Hall
One of China's most outstanding acrobatic troupes, the Shanghai Acrobats full company and its multiple performing groups give more than two thousand performances in China and hundreds of performances abroad each year. The company continues to win awards nationally and internationally for their unique acts, including Icarian umbrellas, head jumping monks, Shadow of Cards magic, the Butterfly Lovers aerial silk act, and many more. The Shanghai Acrobats will perform their brand new show, "Shanghai Nights," at the FAC.
$40, $35, $20; Five College and 17 & Under: $15, $12, $10; Five College Faculty & Staff: Please call the Box Office
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You can Eat. Art. Love. at the University Club located on campus, just a short walk from the FAC Concert Hall.
First Course: Assorted dim sum, vegetable pot-stickers, steamed BBQ pork dumpling (char siu bao),
Leek-and-pork dumpling, or vegetable spring roll
Main Course: Mapo tofu, kung pao chicken, or stir-fried beef with broccoli
Dessert: Almond cookies or mango sorbet with fresh berries
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Showcasing a brand new show "Shanghai Nights", the Shanghai Acrobats of the Peoples Republic of China are performing coast to coast on their 2016 US tour presenting more than 200 shows and thrilling a million audiences. One of China's most outstanding acrobatic troupes, the Shanghai Acrobats full company and its multiple performing groups have more than two thousand performances in China and hundreds of performances abroad each year. Many acts of the company have won gold and silver prizes and awards nationally and internationally by performing unique acts that include Icarian umbrellas, Head jumping monks, Shadow of Cards magic, Butterfly Lovers aerial silk act and many more.
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Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, Chamber Seating
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Fine Arts Center Concert Hall
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