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This year marks the 11th annual extravaganza, which promises to be a high flying celebration of holiday circus joy…sand between your toes, the sound of ocean waves, and flying trapeze artists soaring overhead, NECCA is bringing summer back to Vermont!

The New England Center for Circus Arts (NECCA) has presented their annual reimagining of the classic Nutcracker since 2009 and this year marks the 11th annual extravaganza, which promises to be a high flying celebration of holiday circus joy – with a twist! Sand between your toes, the sound of ocean waves, and flying trapeze artists soaring overhead, NECCA is bringing summer back to Vermont!

This year, The Flying Nut features performers from NECCA’s recreational classes, youth performance troupes, professional training programs, with special guest artists in character roles! Join us for an unforgettable performance of high-flying aerials, stunning acrobatics, astonishing feats of the human body and so much more!

TIMES

Friday, December 20th – 7:30pm
Saturday, December 21st – 3:00pm & 7:30pm
Sunday, December 22nd – 1:00pm

LOCATION

NECCA Trapezium

10 Town Crier Dr.
Brattleboro, Vermont

Tickets on sale ; $10-$25

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More information at www.necca.org

The New England Center for Circus Arts (NECCA) is a not-for-profit circus school based in nearby Brattleboro, VT. It was founded in 2007 to offer people of all ages and abilities a unique opportunity to experience the magical & captivating world of circus arts.

In NECCA’s welcoming, safe environment, recreational and professional students alike can explore the charms and challenges of circus arts and gain a solid foundation of techniques and skills across a broad spectrum of traditional circus forms as well as “new circus,” aerial dance and physical theater.

NECCA instructors come from a wide variety of backgrounds including social circus, dance, creative movement, and a wide variety of professional circuses. All students share the spaces at the school – rather than segregating students from various programs, they are encouraged to learn in a collaborative, supportive area where all have equal access.