The Kenya Safari Acrobats will perform a show titled, “Googala,” Friday, Feb. 27, at 9 p.m. in the University of Wyoming College of Arts and Sciences auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.

Natives of Kenya, the acrobats perform a variety of gravity-defying stunts such as high-flying jump rope, human pyramids, tumbling and contortion. “Googala” tells the story of a tourist lost and abandoned in an African village. Startling the natives, the tourist tries to avoid death by playing games.

“A combination of death-defying stunts, comedy, audience participation and heart-pounding music creates a show that you don’t want to miss,” says Cassie Herndon, UW Campus Activities Center intern.

UW Friday Night Fever and Visual and Cultural Arts sponsor the performance.

For more information about the Kenya Safari Acrobats, visit http://www.kenyasafariacrobats.com/. Like them on Facebook or follow on Twitter @KENYASAFARIACRO.