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8. - 9. INFERNO - Variations on Dante, Divadelní Flora festival, Olomouc

18. INFERNO - Variations on Dante, Roxy NoD, Prague

29. Phrasing the Pain - 420PEOPLE & Ann Van den Broek / Stín - A. Volný a L. Lepold, Archa Theatre


6. A Dance Tribute to Ping Pong - 420PEOPLE & Jo Strømgren, Festival TANECVALMEZ

11. 420PEOPLE & Please the Trees for Jatka78

17. Phrasing the Pain - 420PEOPLE & Ann Van den Broek, Archa Theatre

24. INFERNO - Variations on Dante, European Regions Theatre Festival, Hradec Králové


19. May - 420PEOPLE & David Prachař, New Stage of the National Theatre

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join us in the International Dance Day celebrations

This year's celebrations of the International Dance Day offer an incredible variety of programs, among them a chance to sneak peek into the rehearsal process of our / Jo Stromgren's Dance Tribute to Ping Pong. Hoping to meet you at Alta Studio, we also recommend you to take part in a flashmob event at the National Theatre's Piazzeta.

INFERNO - Variations on Dante at NoD

In cooperation with a time-proven creative trio Nebeský - Trmíková - Prachař we are performing Inferno - Variations on Dante, a tragicomic parable on a human fight with sorrow, boredom and lazyness that sneak into our lives with middle age.
Inferno is not a place, it is a state of soul.

May 18 at Experimental Space NoD. Buy your tickets online.


Dance & Ping Pong? 420PEOPLE & Jo Strømgren Kompani

Together with the reputed Norwegian Jo Strømgren Kompani, we are rehearsing their iconic choreography Dance Tribute to Ping Pong which we shall open on June 6 in the open air area of Žerotín Castle - at the contemporary dance festival TANECVALMEZ.


Phrasing the Pain to win a light design award

Ann Van den Broek and Adam Uzelac have been awarded The Light Design Award for Phrasing the Pain. The award has been announced at the Czech Dance Platform by the Light Design Institute. Congratulations and thank you!
The upcoming dates for the awarded production are May 29 and June 17, the latter within Performing Prague, the off programme of the Prague Quadrennial.