Farm in the Cave: Together Forever!22. 5. - 23. 5. 2017
22 May 2017, 7 PM
23 May 2017, 7 PM
The performance is a part of the Nonverbal Prague Festival.
Tickets on sale at www.goout.cz.
Performers Hana Varadzinová and Eliška Vavříková created this work together with non-actor seniors, and perform in it alongside them. Involving Prague seniors with no previous experience with creating physical theatre on a professional level led to the creation of a community in which the intergenerational abyss of disregard and disdain that old people in the twilight of their lives often experience was absent. At least within its scope the project thus created a model of coexistence without the discrimination of the elderly that is all too common in today’s society.
Together Forever! is the third part of the Night in the City trilogy, which focuses on revealing contemporary topics that society refuses to see. (The first part of the trilogy, the Whistleblowers performance, had its premiere in 2015; the second part, the performance Disconnected, in 2016). Like the previous parts of the trilogy, Together Forever! is a multilayered stage composition bordering on the genres of movement theatre, video, and documentary.
The work of the award-winning company Farm in the Cave under the under the leadership of director and choreographer Viliam Dočolomanský has long been based on exploring “uncomfortable” contemporary topics that represent not only creative inspiration, but also unique social and theatrical research and self-development.
The performance was created directly for the premises of the DOX Centre.
260 CZK / basic admission
170 CZK / students, seniors, handicapped
Capacity: 85 persons
Director, choreographer: Viliam Dočolomanský
Preview | 29. 1. 2017, 19h
Premiere | 20. 3. 2017, 19h
Centrum Elpida, an educational and cultural center for seniors from all over Prague; Život 90, a community center for seniors and their loved ones; Magic Club Prague; Tap Dancers’ Club Andrea.
The City of Prague, Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, Norden - Nordic Culture Point, State Cultural Fund
The project is supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway
The performance is part of the European project of social and community theater Caravan Next, partly funded by the EU program Creative Europe - www.caravanext.eu
The activities of Farm in the Cave are supported by a grant from Prague City Council for 2017 in the amount of CZK 2,500,000.