Love is a word that people invented to show their feelings. It seems to me, that this short word does not reflect the complexity of this great feeling, love. It's a great story. There is the beginning-the origin of love. The best works in the world's culture were created by their authors in this romantic period of their lives. The heating up of passions, emotions, fears, jealousies and many other feelings that make your heart beat so fast that you want to shout, to dance around all day, to be enthusiastic or silly and naive like a child. We are living for this!
And then what? Just a habit... a strange feeling-the recently elevated relationship turns into a routine, and ceases to be magic. As if love has an expiration date. It's all over. Is it time to start hunting for new feelings? No, you are just scared! Fear! You afraid of losing everything that was once comfortable and familiar-which now causes pain and soreness. And we torture each other, gnashing decrepit, toothless jaws together over lost passion from days past, which is the consequence from killing love...
Closer Than Love is a one act ballet about the most important feeling in every person's life, and in the life of all mankind. The theme of this performance is the path of the rise of the relationship between lovers-from the blossoming of love, through breakup, to that which remains after love's death-to emptiness and fear of loneliness.
Three stages of love are symbolized by three pairs of artists. Each stage of the relationship in the performance turns into a thrilling story, filled with deep emotions, psychological allusions and pulsating sensations of true passion. Their dance proposes deep questions: "What does love look like? Is it real-true love? Does love exist on this Earth?
Premiered on the stage on June 30, 2015