Scene 1: “Dead or Alive”
The opening scene shows the Brave Kids greeting one another using clowning techniques introduced by the CircEsteem (USA) group.
Scene 2: Kenyan Dance 1
The Orotu dance symbolizes happiness and is usually done during the time of harvest.
Scene 3: Georgian Dance 1
The boys present the Mtiuluri, a dance from the east of Georgia, while girls cheer them on.
Scene 4: Kata
Brave Kids share some moves from the Kolorowe Dzieci (PL) group.
Scene 5: Circus Song
A song taught to Brave Kids by the CircEsteem (USA) group.
Scene 6: Body Drumming + Circus
A mixed scene of body drumming and circus skills with music from the Kenyan group.
Scene 7: Belgijka
A Belgian dance that Brave Kids volunteers taught to kids during free time.
Scene 8: Georgian Dance 2 + 2 High
A mixture of excerpts of the Acharuli from northern Georgia and Acrobatics.
Scene 9: Babajka
A new take on the classic “red light, green light” game with the addition of marimba.
Scene 10: What a Wonderful World + Moon Walk
Scene 11: Safari
A Kenyan song about going on a journey.
Scene 12: Acrobatics
A mix of acrobatic skills from all the Brave Kids.
Scene 13: Georgia Solo
A longer excerpt of the Acharuli featuring the group from Caritas-Georgia.
Scene 14: Invisible Bench
More clowning humor from the Brave Kids. See what happens when a new kid joins them!
Scene 15: Kenyan Dance 2
Another dance the Kenyan group uses to warm up before training.
Scene 16: Do What You Want
Brave Kids have an opportunity to showcase their individual skills in couples.
Scene 17: Alive and Hug
A reprise of the first scene with a special ending.
The show was prepared by children from Kenya, Poland, Georgia, USA together with Brave Kids artistic instructors Kasia Timingeriu, Gabriel Almagro and Brave Youth participant Helen Wong.