A ballet show in support of the Ukrainian Foundation Tabletochki will be held in Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz Theater

On September 24, the ballet show Radio&Juliet & Quatro will be shown in Berlin’s “Potsdam Square Theater” as part of the #supportUkraine initiative.

This was reported by the press service of the organizers.

The main goal of the show is to support Ukraine. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Tabletochki charity fund. Currently, he supports all those affected by the war in Ukraine. In particular, it helps families with evacuation, doctors with equipping hospitals and renting outpatient apartments, provides psychological assistance, and much more.

“The war changed our plans, but not our main goal – to help,” the foundation says.

The Radio & Juliet ballet is a symbiosis of minimalist and sometimes bravura choreography by Edward Kluge and emotional music by Radiohead. The sensual album O.K. Computer and the incomparable plasticity of Ukrainian dancers with world names force the viewer to look at Shakespeare’s story about two lovers from a different angle. Unsurprisingly, this production, created in 2005, has a huge success in Europe, the USA and Asia.

Ballet Quatro is the constant choreographer of Edward Kluge and the penetrating music of Milko Lazar. Thanks to their synergy, a new creative symbiosis is formed during the performance – cello, piano, and dance. Nothing extra.

Recently, Ukrainian ballet dancers and their children left their homes and everything valuable to them. On September 24, they will dance to help their compatriots in a difficult situation because of the war. The artists tell with horror how their relatives and friends from Ukraine hide from shelling in basements without electricity, gas, and water and evacuate with babies without basic necessities.