Shifts and changes everywhere. Walls are collapsing, values shifting, understandings and behaviors reappraising. Borders between countries are questioned, new weapons and inner endurance tested. Everyone competes with everybody for a better world and total separation increases. It´s all filled with humanization of violence, news and information that claims to be true….

How do we feel being at the center of the growing showcase of this manipulative aggression? How to adapt to this continuous flow of “new normality”? What really happens to our mind and body when they become a battleground for militarization of politics?

Fine5 Dance Theatre's "FN" is based on socially responsive stories from the isolation period in 2020, but sharply reflects the current situation around us in 2024.

Choreography and directing:
Tiina Ollesk and Renee Nõmmik
Dancers: Tiina Ollesk, Olga Privis, Helen Reistnik, Simo Kruusement, Richard Beljohin
Music and audiovisuals: Valentin Siltšenko and Renee Nõmmik
Costumes and stage: Kalle HT Aasamäe
Lighting: Ants Kurist
Premiere: November 1st, 2020 at Vaba Lava Tallinn, Estonia

„It didn't just touch, it shook, both spiritually and physically. In these difficult times, we are especially sensitive, and then it is good if art shakes, because in the continued distancing lies the danger of becoming insensitive.“ (Aare Rander „Koroonakapsastest kultiveeritud kunst. Muljeid Fine 5 tantsulavastusest „FN”, TMK/2, 2021)

"Just like today's world of fake news, the performance raised many questions. What kind of military parade music was it? Were the performers more likely to support each other and contribute to finding inner peace, or did they tease each other instead? How important is being close to your neighbor during difficult periods of life? The emergence of questions and thought-provoking moments are always welcome when it comes to art." (Ilona Vapper, "Tants – murekoorma eemaldaja", Postimees, 2.06 2021)

Supported by: Cultural Endowment, Estonian Ministry of Culture, Tallinn City Council, Tallinn University Institute of BFM.

Jelena Skulskaja, 7.11.2020 "Postimees": "Isegi surmava ohu ajal tahab inimene olla ilus" (

Heili Einasto, 21.12.2020 "Postimees" : "Seisundite sensuaalsel väljal" ( :

Postimees, 3.06.2021