Street rabble starts occupying a square and prepares to usher in a new world order. From under a heap on te ground rises their instrument, a robot with a personality. The rabble teaches it to understand the world and to move, they want to integrate it: they alternate, part teching the robot, part sitting on the scaffolds. The robot learns a little, doesn't grasp a lot, then it tries competing with the rabble, and finally falls in love with one of them. A conflict ensues and the endangered rabble "deactivates" the robot. But they mourn its demise and are preparing its funeral, when the robot suddenly returns to life - it has its own "soul" now - and, in a dynamic final scene, it sends the rabble to conquer the world.
Concept: Martin Kermes, Tom Rychetský, Viktor Konvalinka, Štěpán Benyovszký, DekkaDancers, directed by: Štěpán Benyovszky, choreography: Tom Rychetský, Viktor Konvalinka, Tomáš Červinka, choreography of ABB's IBR 6640: Martin Kermes, Tom Rychetský, Viktor Konvalinka, Tomáš Červinka, programming of the robot ABB's IBR 6640: Michal Svoboda, light design: Tomáš Morávek, set up, costumes: Dekkadancers; cast: DEKKADANCERS - Viktor Konvalinka, Tom Rychetský, Tomáš Červinka, Tomáš Kopecký, Matěj Šust, Marek Svobodník, Tereza Kučerová, Kristýna Němečková, Sylva Nečasová, Jaroslava Janečková, Zuzana Příhodová, Tereza Chábová (Laterna magika) and ABB IRB 6600 235/2.55.
The company DekkaDancers was founded by Tom Rychetský, Viktor Konvalinka (both dancers and choreographers at the National Theatre in Prague) and Pavel Hejný (photographer, media artist), DekkaDancers are officially a free association of professional artists. Unofficially, they are a peculiar club of individuals obsessed with dance who have striven to cope with this life-long burden in a creative way and want to share their trauma with others. The establishment of DekkaDancers was the logical outcome of personal creative overpressure, as well as the desire to implement one’s own projects.