The Rainstickčesky / english
Who is an Indian? The one who has no clinging? The one who rides a motorbike? The one who lives a nice life with Tereza? The one who never wakes up as someone else? / several journeys from Budějovice to Lešice and back in the trail of the novel by Jiří Hájíček
we are getting along quite well with Tereza
about fields donated to Tereza by uncle Tony
about the telephone blaring around
menacing with a double-barrelled scattergun
Pepe, I heard you have changed your zoning plan in Lešice. / Man, change is life, man. / I've found nothing on the internet. / Man, maybe somehow it’s not there in some way, man. / So you’ll have new building plots here, is that right? / Man, some building plots, maybe, it somewhat seems to be so, man.
(photo Kristýna Suchá)
(photo from rehearsals Kristýna Suchá)
inspired by: Jiří Hájíček: The Rainstick, novel published by Host
structure and script: Petr Odo Macháček / live photographs: Gabriela Kontra
acting: Lucie Zachovalová, Lenka Chadimová, Zdeňka Brychtová, Martin Poláček
production and promotion: Helena Macháčková / project manager: Kateřina Poláková
guest: the special guest for each particular evening; an individual or a group performing intermezzi
Indians were incapable of imagining their land as property to be fenced or sold. They perceived their hunting grounds as something entrusted to them by supreme powers. How can we sell something that does not belong to us, they would ask when white men wanted them to sign contracts of sale.
"Bohuna, what do you think: who is an Indian in these days?"
nearest evenings: 20 November (part of Theatre Night) / 27 January / performed in Czech languagethe book guests for intermezzi the project partners news