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‘Snowkus Pocus’ acrobatic holiday show coming to WCU on Dec. 7

Western Carolina University will usher in the holiday season in an acrobatic way as the “Snowkus Pocus Cirque Holiday Show” is presented at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7.

A troupe of performers will present family friendly wintry vignettes, including a bendy ballerina inside a living snow globe, a snowball battle between the North Wind and Jack Frost, and an aerial snow ballet, during the presentation at the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.

A series of wintry vignettes will be presented as the “Snowkus Pocus Cirque Holiday Show” comes to WCU on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

A series of wintry vignettes will be presented as the “Snowkus Pocus Cirque Holiday Show” comes to WCU on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

“Snowkus Pocus” is produced by Cirque-tacular Entertainment, a company that has given thousands of aerial and ground acrobatic performances throughout the world over the last eight years. The company’s performers have been praised by critics for their “mind-boggling artistry and athleticism” and “great feats of daring at the extreme edges of human capability.”

The “Snowkus Pocus” show is part of WCU’s 2016-17 Arts and Cultural Events series.

Tickets purchased in advance are $5 for students; $13 for WCU faculty and staff; $18 for general admission; and $15 per ticket for groups of 20 or more. On the day of the show, tickets are $10 for students; $18 for WCU faculty and staff; and $23 for general admission.

For more information about the ACE series, contact Brandon Lokey, assistant director for campus programs, at 828-227-7206 or by email at bklokey@wcu.edu.

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