La Petite Chouette Aerial Dance Company to debut <em>Gitana</em> stage production.

Ninette Paloma

La Petite Chouette Aerial Dance Company to debut Gitana stage production.

Up in the Air

La Petite Chouette Aerial Dance Company’s Gitana to Star Young Trapeze Artists

Next Thursday, December 17, join La Petite Chouette Aerial Dance Company for Gitana, an eye-pleasing new production featuring young trapeze artists ages 11-17 flying through multihued onstage scenery, set to a soundtrack of haunting gypsy beats. The company hopes to use funds raised from the performance for a new training studio. The colors will fly at S.B. High School’s theater (700 E. Anapamu St.) beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10. Call 284-8785.

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