cirque zuma zuma

A group of performers doing acrobatics on top of each other. Described as an African-style Cirque du Solei, Cirque Zuma Zuma incorporates Egyptian limbo dances, South African gumboot dances, Gabonese tumbling, and a South African contortionist.

Known as the “ultimate African circus,” Cirque Zuma Zuma combines African culture with the excitement of a theatrical cirque performance through dance, acrobatics, tumbling and music.

The America's Got Talent finalist will be performing at the Hevelone Center on Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m.

"This is our biggest fundraiser for the year, and we are excited to bring somebody that's been on TV," said Krista Wiedel, president of the arts council. "It should be a crowd-pleaser."

Cirque Zuma Zuma features disciplined performers who are trained in Kenya and Tanzania.

Many describe it as an African‐style Cirque du Soleil; such is the standard of the performers and the quality of the show. The talented cast performs an action‐packed show of  Egyptian limbo dances, South African gumboot dances, Gabonese tumbling, and South African contortionist feats.

Tickets are $10 for adults and free for students, and are on sale now at Pinnacle and Security First Bank Branches.

The performance is being presented by the Beatrice Area Arts Council with Support of the Hevelone Foundation.

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