Travels through outer space with a hero who is just a little bit different. Production inspired by the fate of children with Asperger syndrome.

Script: Tomáš Jarkovský a Jakub Vašíček

Direction: Jakub Vašíček

Set Design: Tereza Venclová

Music: Daniel Čámský

Dramaturgy: Tomáš Jarkovský

Projection: David Ledvinka (with the use of the artistic work of the students from the Elementary School of Arts Na Střezině)

Duration of performance: 45 minutes

The planet Odd has a single, solitary inhabitant. He lives here contentedly all by himself in a world that perfectly suits him. Until the planet starts to overheat for some unknown reason, and there is nothing left for him to do by to look for a different refuge. And at that moment he himself probably doesn’t anticipate just what an adventure it will be. “I like the colour blue. It comforts me. It gives me a feeling of certainty. A blue world is a world that is just ne. Tranquil, balanced, safe. Blue is a perfect colour. It has so many forms, so many shades, why would I need any other? The colour of happiness, for example, is light blue like the sky, while sadness is dark blue like moonlight. But not that evil, disturbing sadness that chokes you up. Blue sadness is serene, reconciled. It rises from the depths and disappears again in the depths. And blue happiness sounds quiet, doesn’t shout in intrusive tones, doesn’t bubble rudely to the surface, doesn’t rave, doesn’t whoop it up. It holds it nicely inside and gently trembles. My world is blue because it is all mine. And it is all mine because it is blue.”