Zero Gravity
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South Bohemian Ballet: Zero Gravity


It is not the first time that the South Bohemian Theatre’s ballet, the more than 60-year-old ballet company of the South Bohemian Theatre, one of the most significant theatres of Southern Bohemia and of the Czech Republic, has performed in Hungary.

This time the Hungarian audience can see four one-act ballets from the company, which also has some Hungarian connections.

The compilation of the evening’s programme is varied, eclectic in style, determined by four different pieces by three choreographers.

Together with a one-act ballet each by the world-famous Portuguese Rui Horta and by the also internationally renowned Czech choreographer Petr Zuska (who is the director of the Czech National Ballet), two new one-act ballets by Attila Egerházi will also be presented.
Each piece of the evening is a Hungarian premiere.

I hope that our premiere will give the Hungarian audience a dance experience of such an outstanding standard that it will be an unforgettable experience for them.

The individual pieces of the evening are permeated on the one hand by poetry, and, on the other hand, by humour. I heartily recommend the evening for all generations.
Attila Egerházi
Choreographer
Artistic director of the
South Bohemian Theatre’s Ballet

Choreographers:
Ordinary Events: Rui Horta
Lost Senses: Attila Egerházi
Zero Gravity: Attila Egerházi
Maria’s Dream: Petr Zuska

The performance is supported by

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