On Tuesday, 28th September, 2 p.m. (CEST), the Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe project organises an open panel discussion that will address alternative performance and writing formats, and the relationship between dance and words.
What are hybrids for? Choreographic language between stage and screen
Oqda – the threading of out-of-joint bodies into a knot of intercultural dialogue
Clowns – Cruelty in the infinite ballroom
Can you come down and fetch me? Snow edition – Memory of a Touch
UN/DRESS | moving painting … of Powerful Female Body Presence
Through (Skrz) - A Student Journey Through The Difficulties Of Life
Markéta Perroud, who has been a close associate of the PONEC founder Yvona Kreuzmannová, has become the new artistic director of the PONEC Theatre.
Interpreting art in novel styles and forms is a delicate matter – almost as delicate as creating it. When film began to earn its status as an autonomous art form, critics emphasised its difference with theatre and its ability to do what the latter could not, mirroring more recent approaches to screendance...
The autumn period of the TANEC PRAHA festival will open with William Forsythe’s A Quiet Evening of Dance on 11 September 2021.
In the 2021/2022 season, the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre will offer 22 premiere titles to their viewers: seven operas, nine dramas, three ballet productions, and three musicals.
Oqda, which in Arabic means knot, is not only the title of this dance and acrobatics piece by Etta Ermini Dance Theatre but an invitation to witness three remarkably skilled and charismatic performers embark on a highly spirited journey of embodied intercultural dialogue.
Aerowaves holds an annual open call for emerging choreographers working in geographical Europe who want to become one of the Aerowaves Twenty.
Apply to be one of the eight writers who will discuss Writing about Dance. The project Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe, a collaboration of Czech Dance News and Performing Arts Hub Norway, organises a three-day seminar for european emerging dance critics and writers
The Norwegian dance group, Kartellet, created a video version of the 2014 performance Can you come down and fetch me? Initially, this performance was presented in front of an audience: this time, we watch it through a handheld camera...
In her piece UN/DRESS | moving painting, dancer and choreographer Masako Matsushita takes the viewer on a conscious journey of female bodily presence in a social context.
For the second time now, the traditional student choreography of 3 year students at the Konzervatoř Duncan centre was entrusted to one of their alumni, Jiří Bartovanec.
Art is a reflection of the world we are living in, and an artist cannot create uninfluenced by their surroundings. This time Crystal Pite and Netherlands Dance Theatre bring a political theme to the table – both literally and metaphorically.
It took a long time before we agreed on a date and time for our online meeting. We were both nervous about missing the meeting when we connected, as London, where Daria Klimentová was connecting from, was an hour less than the Czech Republic.
DEJTE NÁM TIP NA PŘEDSTAVENÍ
Chybí v našem Diáři nějaká premiéra nebo repríza, o které by ostatní měli vědět? Napište nám o tom a pomozte nám tak zaplnit taneční diář.
- Emerging critics
- Emerging critics