Oct 8 Tuesday
|Oct 9 Wednesday||19:30||Desfours Palace|
|Oct 10 Thursday||19:30||Desfours Palace|
|Oct 11 Friday||19:30||Desfours Palace|
|Oct 12 Saturday||19:30||Desfours Palace|
Before using a fogger, you must remove all animals, including aquarium fish. The physical removal process is lengthy, labor-intensive, and ineffective. Even if you wanted to kill them, they far outnumber you and you are destined to lose the fight. Some can be eradicated only if your neighbors participate as well. Dry yourself some lavender, hops, lilac, or walnut leaves, and sew some small cotton bags. Finally, check the success of your efforts and, if necessary, eradicate any new-born individuals. Finally, Wariot Ideal has no solution.
Wariot Ideal has been an important player on the Czech alternative art scene since 2009. This creative collective has produced many unique works, all of then containing striking visual and musical components. The group’s works are created for both adult as well as child audiences, and its home base is the Alfred ve dvoře (Alfred in the Courtyard) Theatre in Prague. Wariot Ideal regularly participates in important festivals, and their productions are also presented abroad. The creative collective has a fixed composition. The key player is the original actor and mime Vojtěch Švejda, who in the past has worked with the National Theatre. He was nominated for an Alfréda Radok Award in 2009, and, in 2012, received the Czech Theatre DNA Award for his outstanding representation of original Czech theatre abroad. The other members of Wariot Ideal comprise Jan Kalivoda, who is a musician and composer, and the author of the music for many of the collective’s productions, the lighting designer, scenographer, and amateur filmmaker Jan Dörner, and the production manager Milena Dörnerová. Together, they focus on creating original works, including not only improvised programs, movement theatre, pantomime, and physical theatre, but also feature-length drama performances.
Performance length: 45 min.
No language barrier
Supported by: Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, City of Prague, State Culture Fund of the Czech Republic, Four Days