Circus arts introduces next generation of performers
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Youth troupe complete an acro stack.
Youth troupe complete an acro stack.
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BRATTLEBORO- The next generation of circus artists dazzles with high flying aerials and acrobatics in CircusNEXT: Once Upon a Time. Come see the New England Center for Circus Arts’ top young students perform on April 9, at noon and 4 pm, at the Austine Gym. The intermediate and advanced troupes invite you to join them in the castle to flip, fly, juggle, and tumble as they attempt to inspire laughter and joy in the royal child’s heart. When an evil spell brings sadness to their child, the King and Queen will go to any lengths to find someone who can help and offer great rewards to the winner!

Members of the NECCA’s Youth Performance Troupe share their talents with trapeze, acrobatics, tumbling, unicycling, Chinese pole and more presented by youth age 7 to 18.

Previous students have gone on to professional careers and several current students are performers in the much-loved Circus Smirkus summer touring show. These are the circus stars of tomorrow, come see them at NECCA first!

Tickets for VIP are $25, $10 for adults, and children under 12 are $5, children under 2 are free.

For more information visit www.necenterforcircusarts.org or call (802) 254-9780.

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