They set out on a journey. Out of fear. With no guarantees. The paths of three runaways intersect. Bound to one another, they navigate a terrain of anxiety, courage, failure and compassion, seeking refuge in an indifferent world. At the point of no return, all that remains is awakening. 


We hit the bank, we will not drown,
we will just remain insane. Just
strange. Memory, a handful of coins in a burning lake.
And naked unprotected
Become a rock, not feel.

(Anna Ondrejková, fragment) 

The performance was inspired by interviews with a community of
young people living in London who while on the run found themselves in limit situations. A stage composition balancing on the border between physical theatre and concert features seven exceptional musical and dance performers.
The performance is dedicated to our friends from Tibet.

Performed by: Andrej Petrovič, Rin Kin, Johanna Tengan, Hana Varadzinová, Marcel Bárta, Štěpán Janoušek, Vít Halška / Jan Chalupa
Duration: 55 min
 Realized in frame of the project Be SpectACTive! 
Supported by the Creative Europe project 
Executive producer: Tanec Praha z. ú.
Co-production: Farm in the Cave (CZ) , DOX Centre for contemporary art (CZ)

CapoTrave / Kilowatt Sansepolcro (IT), Bakelit Multi Art Center Budapest (HU), Domino Zagreb (HR), LIFT London (UK), Teatrul National Radu Stanca Sibiu (RO), York Theatre Royal (UK)

 Also supported by: State Fund for Culture, Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, City of Prague and Václav Dejčmar. Supported using public funding by Slovak Arts Council.  

 Farm in the Cave is supported in the year 2019 by a grant from the City of Prague in the amount of CZK 2,500,000. 

Johanna Tengan is supported in 2019 by Delegation of the Flanders Government in the Czech Republic.

Thanks to: Zuzana Daňková, Zdeňek Hron, Jan Kačírek, Jan Kohout, David Koller, Jiří Kubelík, Ilda Oswald, Jaroslav Pauer, Tomáš Pintér, Robert Palkovič, Anna Pilátová, David Mareček a Hana Barylová, Robert Russell, David Sulkin, Vít Škoda, Petr Tollar, David Turecký


International debut: 21 February 2018, Theatre Ponec - dance venue 
World premiere: 4 June 2018, TANEC PRAHA Festival, the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art 




Creative Team

Created by Andrej Petrovič, Rin Kin, Minh - Hieu Nguyen, Hana Varadzinová, Viliam Dočolomanský

Directed by, concept, choreography Viliam Dočolomanský

Directorial and choreographic assistance Andrej Petrovič, Hana Varadzinová, Eliška Vavříková a Juraj Augustín

Music Viliam Dočolomanský a Marcel Bárta, Hana Varadzinová, Vít Halška, Štěpán Janoušek

Music consultant Jan Rösner

Research Kate Saunders, Jindra Bromová, Viliam Dočolomanský, Jana Pilátová, Hana Varadzinová a Zuzana Daňková

Dramaturgy Jana Pilátová

Scene and costumes Lucia Škandíková, Tereza Kopecká

Light design František Fabián

Sound design Eva Hamouzová

Technical design Leoš Válka, Pavel Kotlík, Hynek Petrželka, Tomáš Vondráček

Technical support Michal Pospíšil, Vít Škoda, Robert Palkovič, firma Elektronek

Lights František Fabián / Vít Škoda / Robert Palkovič

Stage manager Juraj Augustín

Production Václav Hodonický, Zuzana Bednarčíková (Tanec Praha); Barbara Tůmová a Miroslava Kobrtková; Lucie Špačková (DOX)

Producer Yvona Kreuzmannová

For Promoters

Farm in the Cave’s standard space requirements for performances are as follows: a space with good acoustics which can also be completely silent during performances; typically we use a black box or site-specific space with minimal dimensions of 10 x 10 meters, with a height of 6 meters; at least 6 months before the performance our technical team of 2-4 persons must make a preparatory visit.

The maximum number of audience members at individual performances varies, but is usually no more than 450. 
The number of performers per performance varies between 5 and 13, and the technical – production staff is between 4 and 6 people.
The minimum number of performances presented in one place is 2. The company can play 2 performances per day are available on request – the latest start time is 21:00 local time.
The length of preparation and adaptation depends on the specific performance and local conditions, with a minimum of 1-2 days necessary prior to the day of the first production.
Financial requirements are available upon request at

The organizers pay for: fees; costs of shipping scenography; personnel transport; local transportation to the performance location; housing; per-diems; costs connected with preparatory technical visit. The organizer agrees to pay for costs of equipment rental if the space to be used does not have the equipment necessary.