dance

Beautiful futility of dance

On the web, I come across articles which argue whether the essence of dance is really movement or something else, and I read through debates in which people question the necessity of dance in a dance performance. 

Renaissance man Josef Svoboda

The set designer Josef Svoboda, who would become exactly 100 years old today, is remembered by the whole theatrical world. He left a mark in all its genres. 

Ballet Gala: live but safe in the time of Corona

This March saw the closure of all theatres because of the COVID-19 pandemic but muses do not remain silent – world-class ballet companies go virtual and for a limited period of time, they release live recordings of their productions.

Ticket for NOTHING will support culture

Hana Třeštíková, the Prague City Councillor for culture, and the online cultural overview GoOut has launched a nation-wide project to support theatres, concert halls, clubs and artists

Restart

In the past days, the news has been all but positive. However, apart from the downsides that media tend to discuss over and over again, on a daily basis, the current situation has a positive face, too.

Onegin returns to Czech National Ballet

Within the span of twenty years (that is one generation), the Prague’s National Theatre ballet-goers have had the unique opportunity to experience four stagings of a ballet based on Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin’s famous verse-novel Eugene Onegin. 

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