The preparations of the production of Radio Free Cunning Little Vixen were cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic days before the première.
Josef Bartoš is a dance writer and editor-in chief in Taneční aktuality. Graduated from Duncan Centre conservatory got his MA in Dance Studies from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, where he is studying for a PhD, furthering his interest in psychological aspects of dance. He teaches History of Dance and Theatre, Production and Managements Basics and Diploma Seminar at the said conservatory.
Christian Spuck commenting on Czech premiere of Leonce & Lena: „I changed myself and that is why my point of view of the piece changed too.”
Ballet company of the National Theatre in Prague prepared two premieres in one month.
Resurrection. That is what we can call the current events around the Prague Chamber Ballet. The company, which was founded in the mid-1960’s, enjoys certain sentiment from Czech audiences who keep the company going.
Mário Radačovský, a Slovak native and the current artistic director of the Brno National Theatre ballet, has been the head of the second biggest Czech company for five years.
The latest ballet premiere at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava is another well-thought-out move of the ballet company’s artistic director Lenka Dřímalová.