Do you know this? Your heart starts beating loudly, your teeth start chattering, you get goose bumps, your hair stands on end and you shiver. Clearly, the fear is there! But why?
Are you afraid of lying alone in bed in the dark or of the dancing shadows on the wall? Are you scared of the spider that's rappelling down in front of your nose? Are you afraid of loud and angry adults? Are you worried that grandma will die soon? Are you afraid of heights or the big bad wolf? How does it work to chase away fear and how do we scare others? Does the scare go away on its own? Do comfort and a hug help? Can the bad wolf simply be transformed into a jelly-soft cake that you never have to be afraid of again?
The choreographer Regina Rossi asks children about being afraid and making afraid, how one experiences it and how one can endure and overcome it. From this research she develops dance steps, movements, texts and music for the stage and invites you to: Just (not) to be afraid!