"Jaw-dropping!" "Unbelievable!" "Miraculous!" Audiences worldwide sing the praises of the National Circus of the People's Republic of China. Direct from Beijing and one of the oldest and most distinguished circuses in all of China, this extraordinary company has conquered audiences in more than 80 countries, winning more than 20 gold and silver medals at major international circus festivals. The troupe is famed for its endless variety of unique acts, including awesome feats of juggling, trapeze work, contortion, and balancing.
In addition to Family Fare series pricing, ages 16 and under save 50% on single-ticket prices for this event! (Please note: Subject to individual performance availability; all children, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theater.)
Donor Event: Donor Intermission
Sun, Sept 16, 3 pm
Zellerbach Hall Mezzanine
(Donors of $1,200+)
During select performances throughout the season, Producer's Circle members are invited to join us for complimentary refreshments in our donor lounge, the Zellerbach Room, located on the north side of the Zellerbach Hall lobby. For especially popular events, find us on the Mezzanine at Zellerbach Hall. Donor Intermissions are the perfect place to enjoy a complimentary glass of wine in the company of other Producer's Circle members.
Membership benefits like these are our way of thanking our supporters for their much needed contributions. To find out how you can become a Donor, please call 510.643.8783 or visit our Support section.
Program notes are available online. [PDF]
(Single tickets for Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela go on sale as follows:
June 7 at 1 pm: Donors $100+
June 9 at noon: Email Club and UCB Faculty/Staff
June 12 at noon: general public
Subscribers to the 2015/16 Season and Donors of $1,500 and above may order single tickets to all other 2015/16 events now; Donors of $100+ on July 28; to Email Club on August 4; and to the general public on August 11, 2015.)
Venue: Zellerbach Hall
Tickets start at $22
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