Acrobats of China featuring the New Shanghai Circus

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Over 40 Acrobats of China bring the Orient to Branson in a fast-paced, exciting production featuring internationally award-winning acts. The New Shanghai Circus presents a revolving line-up of favorite acts such as Human Strength and Beauty, Diabolo (Chinese Yo-Yo), Hoop Divers, Unicyclists, Pole Climbing, Aerial Fish Ballet, Adagio, Butterfly Lovers, Plates Spinning, Magic Clock, Roller Skating, Handstand Art, Human Top, Chair Stack and more.

The New Shanghai Circus celebrates the exotic wonders of China and the dramatic interpretation of classic Chinese dance and physical performance art. Featuring spectacular backdrops, beautiful costuming, and state-of-the-art lighting this show is a thrill a minute! The show combines extraordinary and inventive feats of strength and skill, control and balance.

The New Shanghai Theatre was specially designed to accommodate this unusual and elaborate production, as well as to integrate the ancient history of China with modern Chinese architectural style. The new theatre features cascading waterfalls, Chinese gardens, rare chiming stones, and a sculpture of Chinese Bronze Ware that is approximately 3,500 years old.

Considered to be China's most celebrated acrobatic company, the performers of the New Shanghai Circus have stunned audiences all over the world. Each year the troupe adds new performers who have won national and international competitions. The New Shanghai Theatre was specially designed to accommodate this unusual and elaborate production, as well as to integrate the ancient history of China with modern Chinese architectural style. The theatre features cascading waterfalls, Chinese gardens, rare chiming stones, and a sculpture of Chinese Bronze Urn that is approximately 2500 years old.

Reviews

Written by christim

The Acrobats of China show great concentration and skill in there preformance. It is a one of a kind circus.

REVIEW: Acrobats of China featuring the New Shanghai Circus

Written by LadyDrifter

This was our first time to see this show. Wow. I never knew that a person could twist and bend into so many positions. It hurt ME just to watch some of the things they do. They are a talented group, and thank to missouribargains, very reasonably priced as well.

Be prepared to say WOW!

Written by bbodb

Probably the [b]best[/b] show we saw on our recent trip to Branson was the Acrobats of China. Absolutely, positively I suggest that this show be on your list of must see shows.

Positives for of the show:
[b]1. Price[/b] A family discount package was available at $69 – this covered two adults and three kids. A bit more expensive than Yakov and Darren Romeo but it was still worth the price of admission.
[b]2. The Venue[/b] The new theatre is a good (not great) venue. The seats are reasonably comfortable but there is not an overabundance of leg room between rows. I think it is also worth noting that this theatre is located away from 76 Country Row and that is a big plus in my book. Access to this venue was very easy and there is ample parking. The theater was a little more than one half full for this show so I can’t tell you if larger crowds would stress the parking.
[b]However, leaving the theater after the show took some time since most of the traffic flow will be attempting a left hand turn out of the theatre parking lot.[/b] The sound in this theatre was fine for what as demanded of it.
[b]3. The show itself[/b] In a word, outstanding. The physical feats that these performers execute are simply amazing. The displays of physical strength by the females are more incredible than the males. What these girls do on bikes, roller skates and on chairs must be seen to be believed.

[b]4. The run time[/b] This show also clocked in at around two hours of show time - definitely worth the price of admission.
[b]5. The litmus test – attention of the six year old[/b] The only concern that I have is that my six year old will try some of this stuff with her bike! No problem in holding her attention here as the show was very captivating.
[b]6. Small amount of hucksterism[/b] We did not experience a great deal of hawking of merchandise during this show and that was much appreciated.

Negatives about the show:
[b]1. It's darn hard to think of any really worth noting.[/b] The previously mentioned lack of leg room and the time required to exit the parking lot are the only items I can think of.

All in all, we HIGHLY enjoyed this show and would strongly recommend it to anyone.