We are very happy that everything is slowly returning to normal and that we can look forward to a lot of interesting events and projects that await us in the coming months.
How much can we understand the world around us?
The closest premiere awaits us at the Gorzanów Palace in Poland. The multi-genre production Home Beyond Borders had a work in progress presentation on June 25th and a Polish premiere will be a month later. The project of the Polish performer Ewa Zurakowska based on the book House of Day, House of Night by Olga Tokarczuk will then travel to the Czech Republic, where we will see it in several site-specific performances and in the autumn also in the theatrical Prague premiere.
A long journey home
Last weekend, the performers of our next new project called Moetivi Caravan / Expedition to Home went on a journey to Iceland. The traveling production about what home means to us will be created in three parallel versions – Czech, Icelandic and Norwegian. Dominika Špalková, Lucie Dlabolová and Bára Ungerová are right now meeting our Icelandic collaborators from the Handbendi Brúðuleikhús organization and will soon meet also Norwegian partners from the Arctic Culture Lab.
Roselyne on the road
The author’s production of the French dancer and performer Cécile Da Costa recently celebrated a huge success – the European platform Aerowaves chose it among the twenty most interesting works of physical theater for 2021. Roselyne has not stopped since – she made a dance on camera film with director Tereza Vejvodová presented by Dance Film Festival Prague in early June.
Roselyne was presented by Tanec Praha Festival in České Budějovice on June 10th and this Sunday on June 27th it will be seen by spectators at the BuranTeater in Brno. At the beginning of July she even travels abroad and tells her story in Rijeka, Croatia, at the Port of Dance Festival.
In addition, Cécile Da Costa began preparing her next author’s production. But I will tell you more about that next time…