The revolutionary times bring verification of ideas in practice, followed by confusion. From a thought to an action, the evolutionary path is replaced by a revolutionary shortcut that necessarily leads to the tragedies of people and entire nations.
Immediately after the death of the brilliant composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, legends, as usual, started to emerge that over time took on the form of sensation. Their scandalous character found nutrient soil in the haze of mystery, always surrounding a mysterious and unexpected death.
A play Titus Andronicus stands at the beginning of W. Shakespeare´s great work. It is actually his first tragedy (before that he wrote one comedy and one historical drama). It is not often staged ( in Slovakia it´s only the second adaptation ), while discussing the falling Roman Empire, its threat from barbarians, war and clash of civilization, the origin of evil, violence and cruelty in man it seems to be more than current.
A post-dramatic stage vision called "Turn your horses!" speaks in urgent language about brutal and superficial reports of our recent history.