2016 Capital City Kwanzaa Festival: You Will Go Head Over Heals For The Kenya Safari Acrobats!


For more than 20 years, Kenyan acrobat, husband and father Jacob Kalama with his wife Karen and their company have dazzled audiences with the command of their bodies, timing and balance. The shows, which tour around the world, combine athleticism and education so that audiences can learn about aspects of Kenyan folklore and the Kiswahili language, also the language used to context the Kwanzaa holiday. The company trains daily, and the Kalamas have a school in Mombassa for developing new talent. Designed for families and fun, the Kenya Safari Acrobats will cause audiences to hold their breaths and cheer at once.


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