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.
Petr Zuska on postponed première of Radio Free Cunning Little Vixen: “Creating a choreography to spoken word in specific and tricky.”
The preparations of the production of Radio Free Cunning Little Vixen were cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic days before the première.
The ninth edition of the contemporary choreography showcase BALET 2019 was dominated by Pilsen’ JK Tyl Theatre and its production of The Taming of the Shrew, choreographed by Alena Pešková.
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.