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.
You may have felt like having had enough of Baletky (Ballerinas). The book of choreographer and performer Miřenka Čechová had provoked heated debate even prior to its publication, following the mere release of its annotation and a few interviews.
Prague Chambre Ballet is keeping in touch with its audiences through online media. On Mall.tv, it presents brand-new productions alongside revived works by the company’s founder, Pavel Šmok (1927-2016).
When the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic hit Europe in March 2020, the South Bohemian Theatre ballet company was busy rehearsing Petr Zuska and Štěpán Benyovsky’s new ballet Radio Free Cunning Little Vixen.
Cancer is currently one of the most frequent lifestyle diseases, each of us knows someone who is battling it. So when you go to see a performance whose title includes the word ‘tumor’, you expect a serious, depressive content.
When the promising company announced its closure early this year (probably due to a near-burnout experience), many fans shed a tear.
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