Rite – ballet in two acts
This piece is born of a renewed troupe; it is about community, about jointly developed rituals, about thinking together and creating together. Rituals keep communities together, inducing cooperation among their members. This piece will be an opportunity to forge unity. Fear and frustration can depict the human struggle for compliance in the most barbaric forms of expression. The two acts are somewhat opposed and at the same time complementary to each other. First wildness and human brutality, later humour, ironic and self-ironic composition characterise the piece.