Our walking acts are not just something to look at. They are characters to experience. These are small plays that take place right in front of the spectator’s nose and in interaction with him. The characters approach the visitors and engage them in conversations, entertain them or even make a performance for all spectators in the vicinity.
There is no ready-made script, the event is developed for the particular viewer from the moment out. The performance depends on the particular viewer, it absorbs its impulses and turns them into an entertaining experience. It wants to satisfy, entertain, shock, inspire and teach. For the player it is a challenge in improvisation and psychology, because it is important to recognize the respective viewer, to understand his needs and worries and his sense of humor and to react to them, to make him laugh and think and also to give him the feeling that he is perceived by the player as a person and not just as one of the crowd. Thus, the spectator is enriched and pampers his way. Each character of our Walking Act is unique and has its own personal, unique perception of the world. Currently there are only 2 figures, the beggar and the death, more are available soon, such as the king, the raven, the dragon, the witch and the monk.