The painstaking pursuit, the stuttering beginnings and the coquetry with comedy. Maybe because the comedy genre is not something that comes naturally to us, by itself.

But it came out of frustration, when – in those hours while in various places, especially at the so-called ‘gaukler’ festivals after the end of our show and lukewarm reception, sweaty packing our props – we were listening to the hilarious applause addressed to the “festival stars”. And as a rule, they were comedians, most often from Britain or America, who, with their relatively cheap and unoriginal sketches with a lot of improvisation and loud music, and especially taking people out of the audience and making fools of them (the most annoying), led the audience into ecstasy.

And we wished for such reactions!

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