Františka Křížka 36,
Jan Dörner, Milena Dörnerová, Jan Kalivoda, Vojtěch Švejda
In this darkly atmospheric solo performance, Beckett drama meets Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe meets Jack London’s Star Rover. A glimpse into an obscure urban castaway’s intimate universe: despite basic animal needs he survives, in the wasteland of his room, a universe enclosed by four walls. He has survived life, yet keeps on living – with no Fridays and no weekends. A performance free of unnecessary guideposts on how to understand things.
"Life is spirit, and spirit cannot die. Only the flesh dies and passes, ever acrawl with the chemic ferment that informs it, ever plastic, ever crystallizing, only to melt into the flux and to crystallize into fresh and diverse forms that are ephemeral and that melt back into the flux.
Spirit alone endures and continues to build upon itself through successive and endless incarnations as it works upward toward the light." - Jack London, The Star Rover