The dancers invited the audience to take a deep breath and look from a distance at art, the world and themselves. And it worked
An encounter with Wo-man in tomatoes pleased with irony seasoned with a pinch of sarcasm targeted at pop culture stereotypes regarding men and women. In the first part of the performance the stage was seized by scruple less blondes, where as in the second part, the stage was ruled by men waging their wars, competing, holding their offices. Berg uses a rich language of choreography. He pays attention not only to the line of movements, their precision or tempo, but also to diverse forms of energy passing through the body of dancers. Pulses, dynamic twists and turns, unexpected body movements, dancers’ state of the mind. The dancers invited the audience to take a deep breath and look from a distance at art, the world and themselves. And it worked. The dancers were fully aware of choreographic and acting tasks assigned by Berg. They fascinated with strong and distinct presence on the stage, which this time instead of a profound message offers an entertainment and a touch of detachment from the world and one’s very self.