This performance is part of the Krannert Center Youth Series, school-day performances for public, private, and home schools, grades PreK-12.
Glittering costumes, breathtaking tricks, and magnificent feats of athletic daring splendidly create a tour de force when this magnetic, award-winning troupe takes to international stages. First formed in 1957, but with a legacy stretching back thousands of years, the Tianjin Acrobats and Martial Artists bring joy to audiences through their delightful gymnastics, towering human pyramids, precise Kung Fu maneuvers, and more in the debut tour of China Soul.
Connects to Illinois Learning Standards in Fine Arts, Social/Emotional Learning, Social Sciences, and Science.
Recommended for grades K-12
Performance length: 60 minutes
Campaign for Young Audiences
- Phyllis & Kyle Robeson, Lead Sponsors
- In Memory of Mary Ellen Wonderlin
- Susan & Michael Haney
- Gertrude Brokaw McCloy Endowment
- Dr. Donna Murray Tiedge & Robert Tiedge
- WCIA 3
Youth Series Programming
- Ann H. Bender Youth Series Endowment
- Leslie & Gary Mason
- Brenda & Stephen Pacey
- Jill & James Quisenberry
- Prudence & Bernard Spodek
- The Susan Sargeant McDonald Endowed Fund for Youth Programming (Suzi was the founder/developer of the Krannert Center Youth Series)
- Anne & David Sharpe in Memory of Charles R. & Valeria Novak Taylor
- UpClose Marketing & Printing
- Illinois Arts Council
- National Endowment for the Arts
Krannert Center thanks our Youth Series sponsors—performances at the Center could not happen without their support. We hope you will consider joining them, to ensure Krannert Center’s vibrancy now and for generations to come. Learn more about supporting the Youth Series »