ALBERT´S FEAR / Wariot Ideal

Saturday show for kids 8 and up
performance length: 60 min
no language barrier
concept, performed by: Vojta Švejda
direction: James Donlon (USA)
Light design: Jan Beneš
music: Petr Wajsar, Jiří Mráz, Martin Zpěvák
musical accompaniment: Martin Zpěvák (kontrabas), Jiří Mráz (klarinet)

Albert’s Fear recieved the audience award of the Czech Dance Platform 2008.

A comedic tale about a young boy's struggle with his own fear. The performance blends elements of westerns, comics, and the dramas of everyday life, and is told in a clown-pantomime style.

"I am here, I'm behind you, in your eyes, your voice. You can't see me, but I can see you." Will Albert be able to overcome his anxiety and thus win the fight against his own fear? Can he do it alone? An enormous imagination vs. dwarfish courage.

The performance has been performed all around the Czech Republic and in Austria, Hungaria, Slovakia, Bosna and Herzegovina and the U.S.A.

More info about Wariot Ideal is available on their website.
Supported by: The City of Prague and Motus, producers of the Alfred ve dvoře Theatre

Photo: Pavel Hejný Photo: Pavel Hejný Photo: Pavel Hejný