Tereza Lenerová and coll.


Tereza Lenerová graduated in 2007 from The Theaterschool in Amsterdam. With her debut, Transformation she immediately qualified for Aerowaves Spring Forward. To continues experimenting, she co-founded the Studio Truhlárna space, where she also created several of her essential original projects: Swish, awarded Dance Production of the Year 2017 by the international jury at the Czech Dance Platform and Don't Stop, which received special recognition from the jury at the Czech Dance Platform 2019 and was included in the Aerowaves Twenty21 selection. Lenerová held two premieres in 2021, dis pla y created together with Jitka Čechová, and There is a Sense of Being. In 2022, Lenerová and Čechová won the Czech Dance Platform award for dis pla y.


Jiří Havlíček is an artist and curator. He has made several short films, among others Zajatci filmu (2012), Film Týden (2016) and Revue Kroky (2022). He is the co-author of the film Rekonstrukce (2018), which was nominated for the European Film Award 2019 for best short film. He wrote the novel Teorie duchů (2018). He currently works as an assistant in the Intermédia 3 studio at AVU in Prague.


Maja Hriešik was born in Novi Sad, in the former Yugoslavia. She has been living in Slovakia since the late 1990s, where she studied aesthetics, theatre direction and dramaturgy. In the field of dramaturgy, she works in various media (dance, opera, film), oscillating between art and activism, theory and practice. As a dance dramaturg, she collaborates with Slovak and Czech choreographers of different generations and in several European institutions. She is one of the founding members of the Slovak community project PlaST and Telocvičňa the residential centre, whose purpose is the comprehensive development of Slovak contemporary dance.


Andrea Miltner is a British dancer and choreographer of Czech origin, based in Prague. Her contemporary dance solos Dance of the Magnetic Ballerina (Aerowaves) and Tranzmutation (European Move-Award quality label) have been presented to critical acclaim at numerous festivals and theatres throughout Europe. Her deep interest in the baroque led her to collaborate as a director and choreographer with a number of early music ensembles. As a dancer she regularly worked with French choreographer Françoise Denieau, performing throughout France, including Opéra Comique and Opéra Royale and in Luxembourg, Lausanne, Seoul, London (Barbican), Moscow (Bolshoi) and New York (BAM).


Jitka Čechová is a performer and choreographer who, after studying at the Duncan Centre Dance Conservatory, graduated with a master's degree in Performing Public Space (PPS) at the Fontys University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. Jitka is dedicated to both the performance and creation of auteur works and site-specific interventions in public space. You can currently see her in the productions of Together Alone by Ukrainian choreographer Yana Reutová, There is a Sense of Being by Tereza Lenerová, Vyprovokuj (se) tancem by psychologist Michal Nikodém or Altalitious by dancer Petr Šavel. She is currently collaborating with the POCKETART association on a new production called Fairy Tales. Her production of dis pla y, of which she is the co-author, won the main prize of the Czech Dance Platform last year.


Tomáš Dvořák, aka Floex, is a fixture of the electronic music scene. His unmistakable signature, uniting electronic and acoustic music into a unique atmospheric form, has resonated not only on the domestic scene, but also abroad, for more than 25 years. In addition to a number of original albums, he has composed music for several successful video game soundtracks, films and dance performances (Samorost, Machinarium, Papetura, Je Suis Karl). On his latest last album A Portrait of John Dee, released under the German label Mercury KX, he collaborated with British producer Tom Hodge, with whom he moved towards a fusion of electronic and classical music. He is also the author of a number of interactive multimedia installations such as RGB, Křižovatka and Archifon (collaboration with Initi). He has won numerous awards for his music, including five Anděl awards.


Jan Hugo Hejzlar is a gaffer and light designer. He works with ensembles across theatre genres: drama (MDP Komedie), new circus (Cirk la Putyka), ballet (Dekkadancers) and dance (LVC). At the PONEC Theatre he created the lighting for There is a Sense of Being (Tereza Lenerová et al.) and Bodies Together (POCKETART).


Radka Vyplašilová is a graduate of the Scenography Studio at JAMU Brno. She has collaborated with several Czech theatres (BuranTeatre, MeetFactory, ND Brno, West Bohemian Theatre Cheb). Recently, she created costumes for the production of Moby Dick (HaDivadlo) and Nora.

Upcoming shows

Glove Concern

Tereza Lenerová and coll.
PONEC - dance venue