Land of Body
Premiere performances: 10 and 11 November 2022
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Monday 19. 12.Last 4 tickets left
Tuesday 20. 12.Tickets available
Wednesday 21. 12.Tickets available
Thursday 19. 1.Tickets available
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Tuesday 14. 2.Tickets available
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Wednesday 10. 5.Tickets available
Thursday 11. 5.Tickets available
Friday 12. 5.Tickets available
Sunday 18. 6.
The New StageApproximate running time
1 hour 10 minutes, no intermissionPremiere
November 10, 2022
A celebration of beauty and life.
The production blends cutting-edge film technologies, classical and contemporary dance, physical theatre, hand to hand and aerial acrobatics.
Belauding life, the movement-visual poem takes the human body as a metaphor of landscape. Leaning on mythology, rituals and folk tradition, it views transformations of Nature and Man, revealing the inner dialogue between old age and youth, yet transcends realistic time and milieu. The production celebrates beauty, spontaneity and fragility, while detecting vulnerability in physical display. Are we able to see ourselves as part of the landscape? Exploring the permeability of the borders and genres, the show brings on stage artists of three generations. The production blends state-of-the-art film technologies, classical and contemporary dance, physical theatre, terrestrial and aerial acrobatics.
WARNING: We use strobe light.
The production has no language barriers.
Suitable for audience from 15 years.
Photo and video gallery
Where to buy tickets
The National Theatre sells tickets up to 6 months in advance. On 1 December at 9am we started selling tickets for performances of Drama, Ballet, Opera and Laterna magika until the end of May 2023.
What to wear?
By their appearance, attire and behaviour, the audience is obliged to adhere to the accustomed practice expected from them when attending a theatre performance.
Parking at the National Theater
Buffets on the New Stage
Use Café Nona for refreshments on the New Stage.