The European network of young choreographers Aerowaves has selected three Czech productions to become part of the Aerowaves Twenty21.
After a year, the specialist online magazine Taneční aktuality is coming with another print issue – Special Edition, this time focusing on Dance and Audience.
Tanec Praha has won the public tender for the long-term lease of a dilapidating building in Prague 3, the former Žižkov Spa.
The National Theatre is planning nineteen premieres for the 2020/2021 theatre season – including those that have been postponed from last season owing to the quarantine.
The 9th Mime Fest, festival of mime theatre in Polička near Svitavy, will not welcome international participants this year due to the pandemic.
Letní Letná is going to be “Light” this year, yet offering an extensive Czech and international programme
Due to coronavirus restrictions, some parts of the Letní Letná festival had to be postponed to next year. However, in reaction to the easing of lockdown measures, the organisers have decided to provide audiences with a lighter version of the festival this year.
The winner of Taneční aktuality Wild Card was announced following today‘s performance of GUIDEd Tour in the PONEC theatre.
Dance and audience in the center of attention of a new issue of Taneční aktuality – Special Edition 2020
For the third year in a row, the Taneční aktuality editorial staff has been preparing a printed bilingual Special Edition for you.
Dancers and dance artists are not used to publicly voicing their complaints. Maybe that is why they are not heard so often and are among the few who do not lament over the present crisis.
These days, the preparations should have been underway for Cirk La Putyka‘s biggest project Cesty (Journeys) in O2 universum, Prague.
On 9 April 2020, the Czech government approved the first 1.07 billion rescue package in support of the arts and culture. It was presented by the Minister of Culture Lubomír Zaorálek...
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
Early March, the directors of the two largest Czech ballet companies unveiled the premieres for the upcoming season.
The CDP Dramaturgical board has selected seven works which will be presented at the Czech Dance Platform from 24 to 27 November 2020.
The international project Roundabout Europe, which aims at supporting outdoor art, has selected five projects to become part of the initiative this year.
Louskáček, Severočeské divadlo
Balet Severočeského divadla
Ústí nad Labem, Severočeské divadlo
Plzeň, Divadlo J. K. Tyla
Plzeň, Divadlo J. K. Tyla
Liberec, Divadlo F. X. Šaldy
Pražský komorní balet
Praha, Divadlo na Vinohradech