Haiti, the first black independent nation in the world is a place of mystery.  It's culture is enriched by the people who inhabit it and the history is deeply moving, powerful and spirited.  Yet the mention of its name evokes comments of fear or pity.  The earthquake of 2010 that destroyed the physical structure of the country and changed the lives of millions unearthed some very negative reactions about the people who live there.  In order to shift a media driven perception of a country of African descendants this performance was created to educate non-Haitians about a familiar history of political paradigms, to share a bit of its culture with people and create a space to dialogue about this nation of true survivors.