In general, the parshah of Bamidbar comes before the holiday of Shavuot, and for a good reason.
It represents the path to preparing for the holiday and life in general. But that only becomes clearer when we understand what it is exactly that the holiday of Shavuot celebrates.
The first session focuses on one of the most important lessons learned from our time in the desert, that the Jewish people leave supernaturally and that our “yesh” comes from “ayin". This means that even our material needs are taken care of spiritually.
The second half of the show focuses on what Torah really means to the world even if the world fails to understand its importance.