It was a fantastic experience to be part of Éva Duda’s Prizma performance. Éva is very creative, I loved to see how she instructs her dancers. And the dancers were amazing and fast to execute all her ideas even if it involved improvisation.
Éva had a clear idea about the costumes, she wanted something that was sparkling and would reflect the lights but it shouldn’t be too girly and disco. It was important to have see-though fabric so the dancers could see as it covers their whole face. We wanted to take personality and individuality away from them since the performance was about everyday, monotone experiences that we all straggled with during Covid19 lockdown. Such as spending more time at home, not knowing how to great someone and relearning the world around us.