More than two intense weeks of acrobatic and theatrical work to give the first shape to the show that will be presented for the first time in Bagnacavallo (Italy) in December. This is the report of the rehearsal session in the winter quarters of the Budapest Circus School from the 14th to the 31st of July. Tough days both for acrobats, than for the artistic and creative staff always perfecting and testing new passages. The Chiarenza, Serena and Capelli’s shows arrive in the first phase of rehearsal with some guide lines, with a solid idea of the basic structure, later enriched and perfected while put in contact with acrobats and clowns. During the rehearsal the work take life blood from the artists, every piece of advice become a cue for the work, testes and cut directly on the protagonists. The interaction between artists and the props of the show is fundamental, and in this direction the Chiarenza’s poetics comes out, where he is real creator of a show where scenography is the basic structure and not only the cover. About three weeks to give the shape to the show, enough in particular to create a “little family” composed by a dozen of members coming from every part of Europe: from Italy the trio of creators Marcello Chiarenza, Alessandro Serena and Cialdo Capelli (this one always concentrated on the creation of the music); Carlo Rossi, proactive chief comedian clown of the company; Daniel Romila, enterprising Rumanian clown and Rebecca Magosso, person in charge of the project always divided between computer and scene notes; from Poland four young acrobats Paweł Jacek Durmaj, Michał Grzegorz Jarczak, Maciej Piasecki e Jarosław Krzysztof Sroka and from Hungary the hand to hand duo composed by István Berkes and Attila Fábián, from Germany the assistant Ahara Bischoff, always with her camera. More than six hours of work per day to bind this little company together, whom the Hungarian partner of project, the Foundation for the Circus Art took care giving a comfortable accommodation close to the rehearsal places, big equipped gyms where to rehearse and an agreement for the meals in a very good restaurant on the doorstep from the venue. The great hospitality and helpfulness given by Foundation for the Circus Art created the best and ideal conditions for the work of creation. The melting-pot of languages was one of the most present characteristics of the whole period: guideline given in Italian, then translated in English and later in Hungarian and Polish (only two acrobats can speak English), like Chinese whispers that made everyone smile, but that produce even very good results. To testify and prove this intense period a big number of pictures and notes, then sum up and revised to create an illustrated script for the creative and artistic staff and permit not to forget any built scene. Before the presentation of the show in front of the audience there are still some months, useful to finish the scenography, produce the costumes, cut the right minutes of the music and to think at a title for the coming show, but even long period where It’s easy to forget the little details of which every scene is rich in. in December some days to rehearse before the presentation in front of the audience will permit to correct some little mistakes, but this summer period of rehearse remain an important and fundamental phase both for the show than for the European project, since prolific and very good moment of exchange of cultures and ideas.