November 10, 2010
The Golden Dragon Acrobats will perform at The College of Wooster on Nov. 17.
WOOSTER, Ohio — A spectacular display of skill and showmanship comes to The College of Wooster next week when the Golden Dragon Acrobats, China’s premier acrobatic troupe, perform on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 8 p.m. in McGaw Chapel (340 E. University St.). Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under, and can be purchased at Wilson Bookstore in Lowry Center (1189 Beall Ave.). College of Wooster students, faculty, and staff can pick up free tickets with their COW Card at the front desk of Lowry Center. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. All seating is general admission.
Recognized throughout the United States and around the world, the Golden Dragon Acrobats have preserved a time-honored tradition that began more than 2,500 years ago. Renowned impresario Danny Chang and
choreographer Angela Chang combine their expertise, love of their art, and life-long discipline to produce a magnificent show.
The reputation of the company is rooted in its commitment to the highest of production values and an attention to artistic details that is unparalleled in the art form. The company of 27 acrobats from Cangzhou, Hebei Province in China, combines award-winning acrobatics, traditional dance, dazzling costumes, ancient and contemporary music, and theatrical techniques to present a show of breathtaking skill and spellbinding beauty.
The performance is sponsored by Wooster Activities Crew (W.A.C.), Lowry Center and Student Activities Office, the Cultural Events Committee, the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement, the International Student Association (ISA), the Cross-Cultural Living Experience Program (CCLEP), the Office of International Student Affairs (OISA), and the Chinese Program.
Additional information about the lecture is available by phone (330-263-2559) or e-mail.
1189 Beall Avenue, Wooster, Ohio 44691. (330) 263-2000
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