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Not since “Cirkopolis” has Montreal-based contemporary circus troupe Cirque Éloize tantalized a central Pennsylvania audience with its gravity-defying acrobatics.

The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State; College of Health and Human Development at Penn State; members of The For Good Performance Troupes directed by Krista Wilkinson, Penn State professor of communication sciences and disorders; Michele Dunleavy, an associate professor of dance at Pen

Among the barrage of homework and study groups, students might pine for a more creative task or extracurricular activity.

With help from a University Park Allocation Committee grant, Penn State students can enjoy live stage productions with a $15-per-event ticket for most of the presentations in the Center for the Performing Arts 2016–17 season.

Tickets are on sale for more than two dozen presentations in the Center for the Performing Arts 2016–2017 season. The lineup includes touring Broadway favorites, hit children’s programs, forward-thinking dance, contemporary circus, evenings of a cappella and musical tributes to history.

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