In celebration of Black History Month, OC Live presents a spectacular evening of amazement on Thursday, February 23.
Join the OC Foundation and the entire Oxnard College community at the Performing Arts Building to witness an inspiring display of artistic movement and sound. The ZUZU Acrobats are a Tanzanian troupe who base their performances on 2000 years of history. They bring modern art, culture, and passion with them everywhere they go. ZUZU celebrates their niche culture of Dar Es Salaam through jaw dropping acrobatics, live music, singing, dancing, and more.
About the Zuzu African Acrobats:
ZUZU AFRICAN ACROBATS exhibit gravity defying stunts while simultaneously displaying the beauty of the Tanzanian culture of East Africa. This interactive 90-minute show includes human pyramids, dish spinning, stick balance, contortion, chair balance, unicycling, juggling, hand to hand balance, pole acts, hoop diving, as well as comedy and more. Each acrobat has graduated from the Baba Watoto School for Performing Arts which is internationally renowned for producing the highest quality performers. The cast consists of 14 performers: 9 acrobats, 3 dancers and 2 musicians.
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