Concept, choreography, interpretation

Eliška Brtnická

Supervision

Stéphanie N'Duhirahe

Music

Stanislav Abrahám

Movement Cooperation

Minh Hieu Nguyen, Ilona Jäntti, Jana Vrána

Costumes and scenography

Yumi Hayashi, Eliška Brtnická

Light design

Vojtěch Brtnický, Vlado Veleta

Photo

Vojtěch Brtnický

Graphic

Prokop Vondruška

Production

Iva-Hedvika Zýková, Dagmar Bednáriková

In cooperation with

KD Mlejn, Cirqueon

Special thanks

Albin Warette, Denisa Vostrá, divadlo Yarmat, Jan Kohout

A wind from Mount Fuji

resting on the fan,

my souvenir from Edo

/Matsuo Bashō/

 

Everybody has their own little war and tragedy, performer Eliška Brtnická demonstrates in a distinctive contemporary circus solo inspired by the fate of survivors of the atomic explosion in Hiroshima and the legend of a thousand cranes and fulfilled wishes. Deep physical expression on a hanging trapeze, intimate lighting and black body painting underline the dark theme of the work, which is full of emotion, abstraction and Japan's unique poetics.

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( Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický)
( Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický)
( Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický)
( Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický)
( Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický)

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