The extraordinary China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe will come to Mississauga on Nov 8th.

The China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe (CDPPAT)features a cast of some 52 professional artists — all with extraordinary skills in singing, dancing, music, and acrobatics. Every member of the cast is handicapped. Some have hearing disabilities, some can’t see, and some have mobility issues. They pursue artistic perfection with disabilities, is deeply inspiring.

These amazing human beings have come together as a team, and chose to express themselves in the form of art. They’ve had multiple tours all around the world, and everywhere they go, people are left in awe of the brilliance of their performance.

In 2017, The China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe had be invited by United Nation to perform dance ‘Thousand hand Bodhisattva’ which is the most famous dance in the world at Palais des Nations in Geneva.

From November 8-14, 2018, the show will be performed in Mississauga, Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, with the performance schedule below:

2018-11-08, 7:30 PM Living Arts Center, Mississauga

2018-11-10, 7:30 PM Toronto Centre for the Arts, Toronto

2018-11-12, 7:30 PM Place Des Arts, Montreal

2018-11-14, 7:30 PM Algonquin Commons Theatre, Ottawa

“Every dance you see is the pulse of our hearts. Every piece of music you hear is the song flowing in our veins. Please join us and enjoy My Dream.”