L. Kocourková, Operaplus

Critism of contemporary society is common in performing arts, but few artists can do so delicately and suggestively as Farm in the Cave. 

17. 1. 2018 More

T.Radváková, Czech television 24

It is one of the best physical theater in the Czech Republic.

1. 3. 2013 More

Theatre lives!

Farm in the Cave´s profile, broadcast Theatre lives!, ČT 2, January 14, 2012

28. 1. 2013 More

P. Dotlačilová and D. Zilvarová, Dance News

Funny, well thought out, compelling, bringing us new experiences… Farm in the Cave knows how to do it!

11. 12. 2012 More

J. P. Kříž, Právo (The Law / newspaper)

Like all other projects of Farm in the Cave the performance The Theatre/Divadlo is counting with the fantasy of the spectators.

28. 9. 2012 More

Julie Kočí, Dance zone

Theatre is the never-ending story of man, his love, passion, jealousy, revenge, death and vanity...

28. 9. 2012 More

Juliana Pautilla "The Theatre"

A body which life has left, a puppet with torn strings...

25. 9. 2012 More

Lyn Gardner: Sclavi: The Song of the Emigrant

THE GUARDIAN, 12.08.2006 “It begins in clatter and cacophony and ends in silence. This is Beckett rendered into movement and song…The piece has a strange hallucinatory quality. In the shadows, figures step in each other’s footprints; fights break out as if in slow motion… As befits a show about being an outsider, Sclavi is something shattered and fragmented, always happening on the jagged edges rather than in the centre.”

16. 7. 2012 More

Jim O´Quinn, American Theatre

A Slovak innovator shines at 2011´s Europe Theatre Prize bash…

16. 7. 2012 More

Donald Huter: Fringe Round-up

THE TIMES, 21.08.2006 “Drawing on authentic letters and fragments of polyphonic songs form Slovakia and Ukraine, a ravenously sensitive and physically electric cast of eight follows a poetic, rather than literal, plotline about the emigrant experience. In Viliam Docolomansky’s impressive staging, their collective voice is both howl and lullaby.”

16. 7. 2012 More

Claire Allfree: Tale of moves and migration

Metro (UK), 18.08.2006: „Drawing on fragments of song, verse and anecdote from Slovakia’s rich history of the emigrant experience, the place is not so much a narrative as a tonal cacophony of a people’s grief, fury and desolation… Performed with tender symbolism, intimate poetry and a pounding passion, this is all too rare example of theatre you instantly want to see all over again.”

9. 6. 2012 More

Matthias Hassenpflug: Bahnhof verstehen

UNIDRAM, POTTSDAMER NEUESTE NACHRICHTEN, Germany, 30.10.2006 „This theatre hurts, because it is able – directly in front of the eyes of the audience – to reveal the crime and quilt both of the past and our immediate presence. That continuity is especially terrifying – because it is veiled into a seductively beautiful cover. A forgotten railway station? In this railway station, the world awaits.“

9. 6. 2012 More

Jana Návratová: Waiting Room

REFLEX, Czech Republic, 1-7.01.2007 „Docolomanský together with other gifted ´cavers´ brought to light the deceptive ache of Slovak history – the participation of Slovaks in the deportation, that is killing of Slovak Jews. In the hallucinatory pictures, where the dead meet the alive, past shame lasciviously rubs against present shame. A masterfully and deeply dug finger in the wound of collective (un)memory!“

9. 6. 2012 More