27.05.2021 / 19:30
28.05.2021 / 19:30


Living Room is a solo project by performer Lukáš Karásek.

The Living Room is an expedition of the human imagination into the unexplored realm of furniture. It takes place between the walls of a single room – the parallel universe of furniture that coexists with our universe. Here, each object has its own character, each acting in its own unique way.

On the border between light and darkness, amidst the quiet scrape of wooden feet and creaking doors, furniture and the human body become a canvas upon which fantastic figures emerge and fade again. In his project, Lukáš Karásek balances on the edges of masked theatre, dance, and circus, and plays an exciting game full of imagination and humor.

Photo: Simona Rybová, Adam Holubovský, Mila Vašíčková

Information for visitors:

Please follow hygienic rules. At entry, each visitor must present a negative test, confirmation of vaccination or confirmation of covid recovery according to current measures.

Free entry. You can make a reservation on May 27 here and on May 28 here. The reservation is valid until 15 minutes before the show. We recommend coming 30 minutes prior the show because of the necessary hygiene measures controls.

● In 2021, all events at ALTA are free! ●

During the pandemic, we did not have the opportunity to meet you in person and open ALTA to the general public. Now that we can do it, we want to be even closer to you. We decided that we would not collect any entrance fees for our programs in 2021, so that really everyone could come. Culture to all!


Author, performer: Lukáš Karásek
Dramaturgy: Viktor Černický
Set design, furniture production: Lukáš Urbanec
Lighting design: Zuzana Režná
Costumes: Hynek Petrželka
Produced by: tYhle, Studio ALTA
Partners: Terén, Cooltour, Cirqueon, Kredance, Tanec Praha / PONEC-divadlo pro tanec

This project was supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, city of Brno, the capital city of Prague, and the State Culture Fund.

The performance is a part of the project “Cooperation of Cultural Houses: Studio ALTA, Baerum Kulturhus, Black Box Theatre“, supported by EEA grants.