This performance and historical excursion around the Nida Parnidis dune and its surroundings tells the story about the changing nature of the unique coastal region and the fate of its inhabitants and visitors.
Surrounded by enchanting nature and inviting spectators “armed“ with headphones for new experiences, this dance performance is a poetic historical excursion, where one can hear and experience stories about the Neringa villages that were buried in sand and then rebuilt, and the famous artists, writers and philosophers who have lived and visited there. From Parnidis dune, the settlement of Nida opens up and the pages of its history are portrayed through the movements of dancers scattered in the dunes. The story subtly gives life to the historical, poetic, and musical narrative through expressive movements, creating a unique experience for the audience.
It is a fifth Šeiko Dance Company performance-tour. This unique form of harmony between history and movement, the real environment and the fiction that revives it, offers new and unexpected stories about seemingly familiar and inviting new spaces.