Young emerging artists, who are about to complete their studies at DAMU, would like to introduce their work by presenting the project „Až umřu, pusťte mi…”The production Až umřu, pusťte mi... was first performed at the Proces 22, the DAMU summer Thesis Festival. It was created under the auspices of the Department of Alternative Puppet Theatre, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU), under the supervision of the class pedagogues Petra Tejnorová, Jiří Adámek, Kristýna Täubelová, Veronika Svobodová. It is an original, collective work. The authors first worked with materials traditionally linked to cabaret and based on well-known as well as less familiar sources, such as the Cabaret of Fred Ebb and John Kender, the French Cabaret Voltaire, and A. Jodorowsky. Later, however, they felt they needed to find their own style and stand up against the stereotypical idea of cabaret. Their goal was, among other things, to think about cabaret beyond entertainment. Very soon they began collecting a variety of documentary material. It has been included in the play, representing one of the key layers. They drew on random statements and audio recordings of their acquaintances and relatives, but also passers-by, fellow travellers, teachers, classmates, regardless whether it was a FAMU student, a night club attendant, a dancer on the train, or a relative in Moravian Slovakia. The question was clear: How do you imagine cabaret?