June 4 (Tuesday), 8 pm, Theatre A’part
Goršecke Narodnie Akademične Teatr - Czech Republic
Director: William Valerián
Concept & interpretation: Šimon Pliska, Andrej Lyga
Music: William Valerián
Masks: Rufina Bazlová, Viktorie Drdová
Production: Andrea Vykysalá
Supervision: Roman Horák
Supported by: HAMU, Alfred ve dvoře, divadlo DISK
Performance which tells the story of two brothers from mythological Goršek’s plateau. Goršek is a play for two actors and two masks. It develops within space of a single room a tragicomedy full of love and hate, cruelty, friendship and cabin fever.
The authors process themes of Slavic culture, existential literature and absurd drama of 2nd half of 20th century (Jean-Paul Sartre, Samuel Beckett). They aim to observe behavior of human psyche in extreme situations of long-lasting isolation from the society.