September 25 - evening of one-act ballets "Up by the River" (libretto, choreography, production - Radu Poklitaru) and premiere of the ballet "The tree can not escape" (libretto, choreography, production - Ilya Miroshnichenko).
Up the river
"I have long attracted the story of The History of Benjamin Button as the basis for the creation of a ballet performance. The challenges that the story of the lives of people who live it back dictates the director and performer of the leading role, seemingly seemingly insurmountable, and... What can to be more interested in creative tasks, which is practically impossible to perform?
So, in the libretto of my play, you can see not only the storyline of the story of Scott Fitzgerald, but also the echoes of Goethe's great Faust. At the same time, Up on the river - absolutely author's story, because the specificity of modern dance does not allow to make a choreographic contractor literary primary sources", - Radu Poklitaru.
The tree can not escape
...An empty room, similar to a bunker that protects from the outside, real world, or the basement where most are afraid to go, a place where He thought he could escape from problems, closing himself in his own world...
Is this a way out ?! Is it possible to escape from thoughts, the flow of time, loneliness... It is like a tree that can not escape from the inevitable fire that is approaching the forest, is forced to flee, but this time from itself... As if it is simple - ahead of the only door, open and you are free... That room does not let and returns... Defeat!.. Is not it?!