After the impressive M, a piece for five men on music of Mahler, now, the final part of a diptych concerning dance and the philosophy of Nietzsches dynamic human image follows. W is in all aspects the reflection of M: a piece where five female dancers make the power, anger and lust tangible that are emphatically present in the myths and archetypes around women. In a modern elaboration of Wagners music from Tristan and Isolde, Calixto shows with W the female perspective of our obsessive quest for the truth about the footlight. With a ruthless physicality, the layers are peeled off of the dancers and their vulnerability and barbarity emerge. For those who followed the work of Calixto, the step to Wagner is obvious. For others, W will be the discovery of an extremely musical choreographer.