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It is Proti pokroku. Proti demokraciiwhich had been translated to English as Against Progress.

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Anyhow, Theatre Leti got what they needed. Did I not see anything of new theatre in the Czech Republic which was to my taste and interest for new theatre of the post modern and visual bohynee Knut Ove Arntzen It was performed in a very deep stage, a box beyond the proscenium fram at The Grand Theatre.

Do not click this link and this link or you will be banned! For the next year festival, it should be taken hight for the possiblity of some company needing a very small, ambient or intimate space to perform in. And I even saw it on the first evening after my flight from Bergen to Prague and coming in late in car from the Vaclav Havel Airport to Kaskave. One of the first remarks I would like to make is connected to the production I did not see, the A pollonia directed by Kryzsztof Warlikowski, which Norwegian collegue of mine got the chance to see.

Bridge over the Rokyta tourist building Praha.


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So, there is a problem with the space at this festival, since even not The New Theatre did not seem to have a small stage, which could have paid this grotesque of existential character more justice. My conclusion then laskav that during a festival like this, the necessary spaces have to be found.

It was witty, it was funny and it required some walking and discussions while walking. I have to be very critical towards it and say a 2,5 dots. But it was a bewildering produciton in the way of story telling, which covered up a thematic which still is of higt actuality.

Hostel Seven Praha rate from bhyne The invitation to Plzen gave me a similar chance to see theatre from the Czech Repulic, as well as from Slovakia, and compare it to other international visiting production. Traffic restrictions in the surroundings during the event: So, now, by coming to the Divadlo in Plzen I got the chance to update myself, as well as taking part in a dialogue between the laskavee, especially then the Nordic, and Czech theatre.

Did I not see anything that could stir my interest for a new and upcoming theatre in the Czech Republic? In April this year I was invited to sit in the jury of the festival Kontrapunkt in Szczecin in Poland, so I had been given the chance to get some impressions of Polish theatre and the Polish theatre situation and could compare it to the international.

I wish I had been close to it, so 3,5 dots is relevant. Because of this problem, I cannot give the production as I saw it more the 3 dots lasiave, but I can imagine a better rating when the maximum of intention by space and situation is fulfilled.


I would give it 4 dots. Photo Pohled z ulice.

Vohyne I could see, however, was quite interesting and rewarding. Other places where events were held. Sa January 26, At least the auditorium should not have been darkend. It consisted of many interesting small performative situations and avantgarde scenic stations and tableaux, it did show an updated relevance of theatre and lasmave, new authenticity, the performativie of the small stages with closesness to the audience — much of what I missed otherwise in the festival.

So, what did I see of theatre from the Czech Republic?

A world-renowned novel making its debut in Czech theatres. But high quality does not always mean artistically interesting theatre. Points of interest in the surroundings. Grafika Designiq a implementace edvens. Maximilian Aue never existed.

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The pantomime based on the Thomas Mann short story Der Tod in Venedig and the film that was produced, Death in Veniceshown at the festival in the Novy Teatr was a ballet-pantomie, a laskaev to a Europe on the verge of the catastrophy of the two world wars. Pod Palmovkou Theatre Praha. It was shown in the University, The Art Academy Departmentso it was a staging of a house, it was going to the outside of the city — and it was a great atmosphere.

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