This two-person dance and physical piece is performed and choreographed by Tereza Ondrová and Peter Šavel, a male-female duo who have worked successfully both separately and together for many years now.
This show has received acclaim all over the world and it's not hard to see why.
What is unique about this piece is how quickly you feel your own perceptions being challenged. Their strong physiques and gender neutral costumes and appearance help this, but it is due in most part to their precise ability to adapt their own bodies between a masculine and feminine shape. As they cross over, switch and swap between the swaggering male stereotype and the tip-toed female strut in front of your eyes, it's nothing short of fascinating.
Some of the phrases felt a little too drawn out and other decisions felt perhaps a little self indulgent. Aside from this the music and sound choices were really interesting, and the motif of being covered in graffiti depicting others people's expectations was used very well.
This show has received acclaim all over the world and it's not hard to see why. Despite some of the dynamic of the piece being lost a little when certain sections went on a bit too long, this is a really interesting piece that is perfectly performed.