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GravityKids Performing CATS in December

By Robin Loving

CATS, called a sparkling fusion of music, dance, and verse, has broken records all over the world where tickets have sold for as much as $1,300 USD a piece. Now, thanks to Ceci Corona’s GravityKids, CATS will grace the stage of Teatro Angela Peralta December 8 and 9 at 6 p.m. for only 50–300 pesos. And, it will be free for a number of children who otherwise could not attend.

Children’s Aerial Musical Circus Theater
GravityKids Performing:
Fri–Sat, Dec 8–9, 6pm
Teatro Ángela Peralta
Mesones 82, Centro
50, 100, 250 and 300 pesos

GravityKids, San Miguel’s aerial circus children, most recently bent themselves into pretzels and flew across the stage straight into our hearts in a production of Alice in Wonderland. You might remember their equally exciting production of The Nutcracker prior to that. “The kids enthusiastically learn coordination, strength, balance, discipline, flexibility, grace, and self-confidence through our play together,” said Corona, who is the group’s founder, director, instructor choreographer, and designer of both sets and costumes.

Playing on aerial silks, hoops, straps, and trapezes, GravityKids dance, juggle, and fly through the air, emulating their adult counterparts of the GravityWorks performing company founded by Nisha Ferguson.

Corona has a long history of dance education in the classical, ballet, folk, and jazz traditions. She has performed at Bellas Artes and other places in Mexico, as well as with the American Festival of Ballet in the US.

Tickets are available at the Angela Peralta Theater, Mesones at Hernandez Macias. They sold out for Alice in Wonderland, so get your tickets early.

For more information, contact Corona at 415 103 3836,, and/or at


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