Admission: 200 Kč
Performers Rozálie Havelková and Anežka Hessová surprisingly have a lot in common. They both play the accordion and have spent soma part of their lives in a circus. Anežka studied Kathak in India and Róza studied flamenco in Spain. Anežka creates dance and theatre performances as well as performances for children and she spent part of her childhood in a nomadic theatre. Róza is a professional swing singer in a jazz band and plays chansons on her old accordion, she does occasional acting and only escaped to circus in adult age.
Disgruntled Mouths is an unexpected synthesis of various theatrical genres, worlds, views, opinions. The stage collage of classical Indian Kathak dance and Spanish flamenco, enriched by the poetics of a new circus, nonverbal theatre and clownery, is based on the authentic story of Róza Havelková. Using poetics, it tells a story (suitable for children aged 10 and over) about joining the circus, stepping out into the unknown and a desire to fulfil your dream. But then, what happens when a dream really comes true?
Performers: Anežka Hessová, Rozálie Havelková.
Directorial supervision: Ondřej Havelka.
Czech songs and Texts: Rozálie Havelková.
Dramaturgical cooperation: Roman Poliak.
Motion cooperation: Lukáš Šimon.
Music cooperation: Michal Mihok.
Costumes: Jitka Nejedlá.
Production: Kristýna Milaberská.
The performance was created with the support of the State Fund for Culture of the Czech Republic, the City District of Prague 1, Cirqueon, and the Citadel Studio.
Length: 60 minutes
Saturday 26. 9. ** Circus tent ** 15:00 ** tickets 200 Kč