Slavic Temper
Ballet

Slavic Temper

Freedom, identity, originality & Slavic nature

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    March

    Friday 13. 3.
    20:00

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    Basic information

    Approximate running time

    2 hours, 2 intermission 20 minutes

    Premiere

    June 14, 2018

    The Slavs possess a rich cultural and historical heritage, and a high creative potential. They are closely connected with nature, and virtually all the traditional customs and rituals are derived from the principle of this unity. They are easy to adapt and become accustomed to other ethnic milieus. An art form cannot be questioned – your origin, the place you hail from.

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    The careful attention the Slavs pay to composers, to the melancholy soul, has a physical tenderness. Katarzyna, Andrei and Ondřej are choreographers endowed with unique visions and talent, artists characterised by an emotional purpose. Moods aren’t just feelings to colour your mental life. Moods are the way each of us experiences life in this world. Moods are connected with our very being. To be wise, your aim (and will) should be to enjoy being. Why not? Life is a waltz. The waltz of living. Don’t look at your feet. 1-2-3, 1-2-3. 1-2-3. Enjoyment is the thing. (Katarzyna Kozielska about choreography ASPECTS)

    Antonín Dvořák’s Dumka No. 4 enthralled me upon the very first listen. I put it on over and over again, imagining meeting someone whom I know and to whom I feel very close. I felt as though I really were with that person, experiencing moments of happiness and careless childhood. And whenever the main motif reoccurred following the sweep of euphoria, it assured that it was gone ... (Ondřej Vinklát about choreography DUMKA)

    Perfect Example is a loose succession of scenes about a group of individuals, a people, a nation. This group lives in a system that claims to create a perfect community. And perfection means: there are no difficulties, no differences, no problems of any kind. To reach this goal, it’s necessary to take drastic measures, and the individual has to curb his/her necessities in the name of the people. But the longer this goes on the more urgently the questions arise: Is this really in the best interest of the people? Is there really a system, or is it just an experiment? Are the people just guinea pigs in search of an answer to the question: How close to being one can we get before different opinions tear everything apart? And how much are we willing to pay, to set the perfect example? (Andrej Kajdanovskij about choreography PERFECT EXAMPLE).

    Approximate running time, including intermissions: 2 hours, two 20-minute intermissions

    Practical information

    Where to buy tickets

    When purchasing online, we will send you an E-ticket by e-mail. You can pick up printed tickets in person at any of our box offices.

    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

    While visiting the National Theatre and the New Stage you are welcome to use the underground National Theatre car park (driveway from Ostrovní Street), the parking fee is 50 CZK/h.
    While visiting the State Opera, you can take the slip road on Wilsonova street from the left lane close to the State Opera building to the Parking Centrum above-ground garage. The parking fee is 40 CZK/h.
    Unfortunately, there is no car park nearby the Estates Theatre. You can either use the National Theatre car park or a secure car park at the Kotva shopping mall (Revoluční 1/655, Praha 1) and Paladium (Na Poříčí 1079/3a, Praha 1).

     

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    A poster for the production of Slavic Temper

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