Ukrainian Circus Performers Get a 2nd Chance to Perform After Fleeing War
Over a hundred performing arts students bravely fled Ukraine to escape Russia’s invasion. Now, they’re back on stage and finding their rhythm. Circus companies in other parts of Europe, like Hungary and the Czech Republic, have opened doors for acrobats, aerialists, jugglers, and other artists forced to leave their country. Many of the kids left their parents behind, all at a chance to live out their dreams. Inside Edition Digital has more.