Zuzu Acrobats Performance part of College's Global Understanding Series
DOVER – As part of Delaware Tech’s Global Understanding Series, the Terry Campus hosted a Zuzu Acrobats performance on Monday, February 27, 2017. The award-winning group, as seen on America’s Got Talent, put on an hour-long show that was enjoyed by individuals from the campus and local community.
Set to high-energy African music, the performance included acrobatic skills including the limbo, human pyramids, team jump rope, balancing on stacked chairs, and juggling. Audience members literally got into the act for part of the limbo routine and human pyramids.
Interspersed throughout the show, team members shared information about their home, Mombasa, Kenya, in East Africa, and taught the audience a few words of Swahili.
Delaware Tech’s Global Understanding Series features a variety of programs focused on increasing cross-cultural understanding, promoting diversity, and understanding global issues. The presentations, performances, and workshops aim to showcase and engage the College’s diverse community and give participants an opportunity to share their own global perspectives.
For additional information, and to see upcoming events, please visit the College’s Global Understanding Series webpage.
Photo caption: Madison Tribbitt leads the way for a line of audience members to participate in a limbo routine during a recent Zuzu Acrobats performance on the Delaware Tech Terry Campus. The show was part of the College’s Global Understanding Series.