This show brings incredible talent to the stage to tell a powerful dramatic tale fused with warrior skills, unique acrobatic acts and amazing circus talent.
Worcester, MA (PRWEB) August 03, 2012
The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts is proud to announce IMPERIAL ACROBATS OF CHINA: CHI OF SHAOLIN- THE TALE OF THE DRAGON as part of its fifth season in the 2012-13 line-up. Generously sponsored by United Bank, IMPERIAL ACROBATS OF CHINA brings an incredible Chinese tale to life through unique acrobatics and circus acts from Friday, November 9 through Saturday, November 10 at 8pm and 2pm respectively. Tickets are now on sale, with a portion of proceeds to benefit the Worcester Youth Center.
World famous and celebrated Chinese acrobat, gold medalist, co-creator and executive producer of Jungua, Yan Yan Zhao together with Guy Caron (director of creation for Cirque Du Soleil's® productions of "KA™" and "Dralion™"), proudly present a new and exhilarating show, CHI OF SHAOLIN- THE TALE OF THE DRAGON. This show brings incredible talent to the stage to tell a powerful dramatic tale fused with Shaolin warrior skills, unique acrobatic acts and amazing circus talent. Enhanced by brilliant backdrops, vibrant costumes and dramatic original music, the special lighting, illusions and choreography create a perfect balance of delight, wonder and excitement that will captivate and dazzle audiences.
Ticket prices to IMPERIAL ACROBATS OF CHINA: CHI OF SHAOLIN- THE TALE OF THE DRAGON are $25, $35 and $45 with limited VIP seats available for $75 on Friday evening’s performance, which includes a pre-show reception to benefit Worcester Youth Center. A 10% discount is available for members of The Hanover Theatre, groups of 10 or more, kids, students and WOO Card holders. Tickets are available online at TheHanoverTheatre.org, by phone at 877.571.SHOW (7469) or at The Hanover Theatre Box Office located at 2 Southbridge Street in downtown Worcester.
About The Hanover Theatre
The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, located in downtown Worcester, New England’s second largest city, is recognized by Pollstar as one of the Top 50 Theatres in the World. After undergoing many name changes and renovations over the decades since its 1926 birth, The Hanover Theatre reopened in March 2008 following a $32 million historic restoration. Since then, the theatre has established its place as a rich entertainment and cultural venue, winning numerous awards, including The National Trust for Historic Preservation Award in 2010. Now in its fifth season, The Hanover Theatre continues to expose over 170,000 annual patrons to world-class entertainment in the form of Broadway, concerts, comedians and much more. For more information, visit TheHanoverTheatre.org. Worcester Center for the Performing Arts, a registered not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, owns and operates The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
About United Bank
United Bank is a $1.6 billion full service bank with over 22 branches in the Springfield and Worcester area serving the needs of consumers and commercial customers. We offer a full variety of checking, savings and certificate of deposit products as well as all types of commercial loans and consumer loans to include residential, home equity, car and personal loans. United prides itself in the support it gives the communities it serves and is proud to sponsor Imperial Acrobats of China: Chi of Shaolin at The Hanover Theatre.
About Worcester Youth Center
The Worcester Youth Center (WYC) is an educational, recreational and social facility for youth between the ages of 14-24, a place where youth are empowered and allowed to grow in all aspects of their lives. The Center started as a partnership between youth and adults. Opening its doors in 1994, the Center was the culmination of three years of planning by youth, city officials, other youth organizations, and adult advocates. Together, youth and adults envisioned a drop-in center that would be open to all adolescents throughout Worcester. It would charge no fees for membership or programs. Most importantly, it would be a place where youth could participate in operating the Center, shaping programs, delivering activities, and be voting members of the Board of Directors.