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NANDA (pronounced, nah-n-dah): A colloquial Japanese expletive used in reaction to something strange or unusual. Literal translation; “What??!”

Acrobaticalism (pronounced, acrobatical-ism): An ideal of unbounded imagination and creative agility.

NANDA is a four-man performing arts group characterized by a calculated chaos of dancing, juggling, music, acrobatics, slow motion and high energy kung-faux fighting.  It’s like watching a circus-ninja-dance-comedy-action-movie, performed live on stage. Their show is all at once exuberantly innovative & widely appealing to audiences of all ages.



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