Giraffes Can't Dance, based on the children's book of the same title by Giles Andreae, is a fun and educational children's dance show that uses body language to show that we are all different, but unique at the same time. "Giraffes can't dance" is about Gerald, a giraffe who couldn't dance. Gerald has four left legs, his knees are always bent and his legs are stiff. Thanks to Gjinkalla's help, Gerald learns to dance and surprises all the jungle animals. It gives a message to young children that there is nothing wrong with being different and doing things your way. Each of us has a talent that makes us unique, but it takes a push from family or society to achieve bold things.
🔘Direction and choreography: Semela Skenderasi 🔘Performers: Valentina Myteveli, Mariel Brahimllari, Erta Sina, Semela Skënderasi 🔘Costume designer: Sofi Kara 🔘Video animation: Redina Qose
18-20-21 May 10.30 am National Experimental Theater Kujtim Spahi Vogli
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