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Tomáš Jarkovský, Jakub Vašíček

Everyone is right (?)

"To burn does not mean to disprove."

Directed by Jakub Vašíček
Stage design Kamil Bělohlávek
Dramaturgy Tomáš Jarkovský, Petra Kosová
Music Daniel Čámský
Scenario Tomáš Jarkovský, Jakub Vašíček
Cast M. J. Hartmannová, B. Josephová-Luňáková, L. Lupínková, R. Mašková, M. Mrázková, M. Sádlo Bartůšek, P. Borovský, D. Čámský, B. Holý, D. Horečný, J. Jelínek, T. Jereš, R. Kroupar, P. Vydarený, M. Siegl
Performace duration 60 min.
Premiéra Czech premiere
Monday, 13 December 2021
od12 The performance is
from 12 years

Anyone who regularly monitors social exchanges may be frustrated by the many resolutions of the "truth", the aggressive advocacy of conspiracy theories of all kinds, and the relativization of science-based facts. How to orient yourself in a society overwhelmed not only with information, but also by questioning scientifically proven certainties?

In a postmodern fragmented world, it seems that the laws of nature, which we thought we shared, can be denied. Is the Earth round at all? What did Giordano Bruno die for? Is there a Finland? Isn't there a way other than to be alone with your computer and the kind on the network? Did we catch ourselves? Are truth and knowledge worth great sacrifices? Or is it enough to get upset anonymously while sitting with a mouse in your hand? And do we all have our right without discussion?

After a while, director Jakub Vašíček and playwright and playwright Tomáš Jarkovský returned to Alfa's Pilsen in all their bitterness. We last met them in the author's production "Where is my home? (love letter to Czechoslovakia) "and previously in a special update of Gabriela Preiss's classic work" Gazdina roba "(and before that in" Closely Watched Trains "or" Hamleteen "). The author of the technically demanding set is Kamil Bělohlávek and the notes are cut by Daniel Čámský, two other regulars among the collaborators of the Alfa Theater.

A follow-up workshop will be created for the performance and there will also be worksheets focused on history, literature and social sciences.

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