A crossover theatre performance inspired by true stories of men. What is life like for men nowadays? Isn’t it too much sometimes, too demanding? When the animal within awakens, the call of the pack must be heard. Six men set out on a journey into the wilderness to find answers to the most intimate questions. It is out there that they come to terms with their problems and, most of all, with themselves. Stagnation, suppressed aggression, homosexuality, faith or an absent father: there is always something to get over. Let’s stop judgding men with all the prejudices dictated by our society.

About the company

The SKUTR theatre group (directorial duo of Martin Kukučka and Lukáš Trpišovský) creates its own original work inspired by different themes and the people whom they work with. SKUTR’s productions combine dance, movement, acrobatics, puppetry, projection, lighting design, text and music. SKUTR has presented its work at numerous festivals in theCzechRepublicand abroad (i. e. Edinburgh Fringe Festival.)
Adéla Laštovková Stodolová, who studied Duncan Centre Conservatory and nonverbal and comic theatre at Music Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, is an outstanding talent working in the field of nonverbal theatre, new circus and dance.




SKUTR and Adéla Laštovková-Stodolová

Czech title


Names of authors

Adéla Laštovková-Stodolová

Name of director or choreographer

SKUTR and Adéla Laštovková-Stodolová

Length of the performance

80 minutes

Number of travelling persons


Awards and special mentions

Czech Dance Platform, 2011 (male and female dancer, nomination for the best dance production of the year)


Czech , Subtitles available



Scale of venue


Contact person

Tereza Rychnovská