Adrenaline-charged acrobatic adventure

November 4, 2009 3:10:27 PM PST
Get ready for a jaw-dropping performance from Chinese acrobats, making their U.S. debut on our show!

For more information, visit: www.dareacrobats.com

Show Dates:
November 6 - 8pm
November 7 - 3pm, 8pm
November 8 - 8pm

Where: Flint Center for the Performing Arts
21250 Stevens Creek Blvd
Cupertino, CA 95014
Age: Suitable for Age 6 and up
Show Duration: 100 minutes with a 20-minute intermission

Box Office: www.ticketmaster.comor 1-800-745-3000
Flint Center Box Office: (408) 864-8916
Box Office Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm and 90 minutes before show time

Ticket Prices: $30; $40; $50; $60; $100VIP
Flint Center has a $1.00 per ticket charge for tickets sold at the box office
Will call can be picked up at Box Office
website: www.flintcenter.com
Parking is located in the parking structure next to Flint Center. The parking fee is $5 or $10 depending on the show.

About DARE:

In its U.S. debut, the China National Acrobatic Troupe gives you DARE, an adrenaline-charged acrobatic adventure. Witness the ancient tradition of Chinese acrobatics reinvented right before your eyes: the best ball juggler in the world juggles an astonishing nine balls and in a never-before-seen pas de deux, a ballerina gracefully pirouettes in the palm of her partner's hand. Blink and you'll miss the gravity-defying stunts that have astonished audience of all ages. DARE guarantees you a memorable time with your family and friends.

Established in 1950 as the first national performing arts troupe, the China National Acrobatic Troupe has been the leader of acrobats around the world. By integrating acrobatics, music, dance, drama and martial arts with traditional programs, the troupe has become a distinct influential pioneer of the modern acrobatic art form. The troupe has also established the Beijing International Art School, a comprehensive art academy teaching acrobatics, dance, fine arts, film, performing arts and Chinese Kung fu while training performers from China, Russia, France, Spain, Korea, Vietnam and many other countries.

Their past notable performances have included the Olympic Games of Beijing of 2008 and the Kennedy Center's China Festival. The troupe has also won 32 gold medals in both local and international competitions throughout Europe, Asia and the United States, including the "Golden Clown Award" at the International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo - regarded as the highest honor of acrobats and circus in the world.


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