film THROUGH GLASS
The dance film THROUGH GLASS, directed by Marek Partyš and choreographed by Sylva Šafková, combines contemporary dance and a visual story that describes the image of distorted reality: “Reflections, angles of view, distorted reality ... but if you hold it against a mirror, the letters will go again in the right direction."
The idea for short dance film ORĪGĪ came from the title of an EU project: CLASH! When classic & contemporary dance collide & new forms emerge. Unexpected encounter of three dancers. All of them are very different. Three pairs of shoes. Very different. New people, new situation. Can they adapt? Do they want to adapt? The only thing they have in common is a desire to dance. Is that enough?
Don´t miss a dance show in an arena full of nets, strange creatures and unexpected twists where everyone has to be alert. It is a place where only “the strongest” survive. The show is inspired by current bestseller SAPIENS – a Brief History of Humankid, a breath-taking yet scary story of humanity and ruthless cruelty, power and intelligence of man.
A new production by the creative couple Jan Nebeský & Lucie Trmíková in collaboration with 420PEOPLE. The starring role is played by the text of the same name written by T. S. Eliot, who changed the face poetry and above all showed that combining traditionalism and the avant-garde is not only possible, but also beautiful.
A time-proven dance-music collaboration of the dance company 420PEOPLE and the band Please the Trees. Highlights of 420PEOPLE’s creations from the past five years. A night of live dance and music presented by top dancers from 420PEOPLE and outstanding alternative rock musicians from Please the Trees with frontman Václav Havelka.
Woman as object, woman as subject, woman as woman. The production is the fruit of the collaboration between the National Theatre Drama company and the first-class Czech dance ensemble 420PEOPLE, who have been permanent guests of the New Stage. Out of the numerous options possible, we have taken the one exploring the "situation of women" over the course of time and in theatre.