The individual and society. Life and death. The death of the individual and the life of society. We wake up, leave bed, go to work, work, eat, drink, rest, get bored, entertain ourselves, hit it off, split up; we are born, grow up, give birth to others, grow old, die. Our story—one of many that take place simultaneously throughout the world—always ends the same. We all know how.
Out of millions of challenges posed by life, we sometimes stumble upon someone’s death. How much does the death of others mean to us? Us as individuals. Us as society. The intersection of these two perspectives induces us to ask another question that we wish to leave hanging between the stage and the audience: what can we, the living, know about death?
Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Project in cooperation with the Institute of Music and Dance as part of the Stage for Dance 2018 program.
Third Stage is an initiative allowing the free choice of widely understood entertaining repertoire.