State Theater Presents Folk Dance Spectacular

NEW BRUNSWICK—State Theatre will present the U.S. premiere of NALMES Folk Dance Spectacular on Saturday, May 8, at 8 p.m.

This 70+ year-old, world-renowned company displays skillful dancing that takes years to perfect. Their artistic, authentic, and action-packed performances includes dance, swordplay, live music played on traditional Russian instruments, and a sea of bright, beautiful costumes. A special $99 4-pack is available for this show (for sections A and B only). Tickets range from $32-52


Since it was organized in 1936, NALMES, the State Academic Ensemble of Folk Dance of Adyghea, (from the North Caucasus) has displayed the chorographical art of the Adygean people in concert halls all over the world. The ensemble’s dances tell the stories about everyday Circassian life such as courtship, preparing for war, and the harvest, while at the same time preserving ancient Circassian history. Currently, NALMES consists of 75 performers, including musicians, vocalists, and dancers. The average age of the artists is 20 years old.

Nalmes is the diplomat of the Russian competition of the professional groups, the owner of the medal Glory of Adyghea, and the winner of the international competitions of folkdance in Turkey, Jordan, Syria, The United Arab Emirates, Belgium, France, and Germany.

For tickets or more information, call the State Theatre ticket office at 1-732-246-SHOW (7469), or visit us online at The State Theatre ticket office, located at 15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and at least one hour prior to curtain on performance dates. For information on group outings and discounts, call 1-732-247-7200, ext. 517.

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