06.10.2022 / 19:30


Two artists with distinct theatre vocabularies encounter each other in a dance piece or an object performance.

Martina Hajdyla Lacová (dancer/choreographer) and Zuzana Sceranková (set designer/performer) each contribute to the emergence of a unique theater language in a performance that literally revolves around a single moment. A moment of the utmost concentration of physical and mental capacities, the moment of absolute focus just before the shot is put.

A performative study inspired by the sketches of Peter Sceranka, who spent multiple years modelling the statue of  “Guliar” (a shot putter). The shape, the proportions, the study of the detail, also a line, redrawn many times. Your last shot is often not the best one.

A study of a motionless statue made kinetic.

Motion made stationary. Dynamic immobility.

So…Momentum or the moment? Density or necessity? 

Two performers throw themselves into this dance or object performance.


Concept: Martina Hajdyla Lacová, Zuzana Sceranková, Klára Hutečková

Interpretation: Martina Hajdyla Lacová,  Zuzana Sceranková 

Dramaturgy: Klára Hutečková

Music: Ivo Sedláček 

Lightdesign: Jiří Šmirk

Movement coaching: Jaro Viňarský

Graphic design: Viktória Jehlárová

Production: nezávislá taneční skupina ME-SA / Jiří Hajdyla

Co-production: BOD.Y z. s. / Zuzana Frištíková

Partners: ALT@RT, z.ú., Stanica Žilina-Záriečie, KC Záhrada Banská Bystrica


Photo: V. Brtnický


Pay What You Can

In 2021 all events at Studio ALTA were free. In 2022 we are introducing a new pricing system – Pay What You Can – which will allow you to choose to pay for your ticket an amount you can afford.

Tickets for each event now feature a suggested amount, giving you access to performances at ALTA for a lower price. Great! If you can pay more, you will help others pay less. We don’t wish to judge nor stigmatise but create a space for mutual solidarity and make culture accessible.

The Pay What You Can system is inspired by similar systems used by Theater, Atelier 210 in Belgium, and Battersea Arts Centre in London.