Sunday, November 20, 2011



WHEN: Sunday, November 27, 1 PM and 4 PM
bergenPAC, 30 North Van Brunt Street,Englewood
TICKETS: $49, $35, $25, $15

The National Acrobats of China  performs a fun mix of juggling, balancing, tumbling, and acrobats. The National Acrobats of China were the first performance troupe established in China when it began in 1950. The troupe has performed intensely around the globe. Their repertoire is award winning.

The NAC is based in Beijing, China. There is a school with 150 resident performers and 500 acrobatic students of all ages. The Institution for Acrobatic Schooling, Training and Repertoire not only grooms future performers but helps contribute to acrobatic science research.

The troupe has performed in over 40 countries around the globe, including Switzerland, Israel, Finland, Italy, France, Germany, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, India, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Costa Rica, Dominica Republic, Sweden, Mexico, Russia, Portugal and Spain. This year marks the first year that the troupe will tour in the United States. It is not a show to miss.

About Bergen Performing Arts Center: Known as The John Harms Center for 27 years, this cultural hub in Englewood, has been reborn as Bergen Performing Arts Center or bergenPAC. This 1367- seat theater, currently in its eighth season, is a landmark, and in its seventh season as bergenPAC it remains one of the finest acoustic halls in the United States. The legendary Tony Bennett and Canadian crooner k.d. lang recorded their 2003 Grammy award-winning CD live on bergenPAC’s own stage through a broadband fiber-optic connection with Bennett Studios. bergenPAC is the home of a media production system that is unparalleled, upholding its reputation as a venue for outstanding music, dance and theater. As a non-profit corporation, bergenPAC has thrived thanks to the aid and generosity of sponsors, donors and patrons.