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ENGLISH-FRIENDLY DRAMAS

Do you have some foreign visitors or English-speaking friends coming to Prague? For English-speaking theatregoers, the National Theatre has prepared a special offer. Some of the performances are provided with English subtitles.

 

Performance

Date

 

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

William Shakespeare

A magical play replete with motifs, entanglements
and mysteries, which true theatregoers must see
at least once in their lifetime.

 
18. 10.29. 11.   

Marysha 

Alois Mrštík, Vilém Mrštík

Marysha kills Vávra with a poison poured into his coffee. 

 
21. 9., 14. 10.   

Colonel Švec

Rudolf Medek, Jiří Havelka,
Marta Ljubková

A historical episode in 1918 served as the subject
for a play that a decade later became a hit at the
National Theatre.
 

28. 10., 17. 11.   

Pride and Prejudice

Jane Austen

Is it possible to fall in love against one’s will?

 
19. 10., 5. 11.   

The Night Season

Rebecca Lenkiewiczová 

A bitter comedy from the part of Great Britain
that is so dangerously similar to our home … 

 
28. 9., 17. 10., 21. 11.   

Beware of Pity

Stefan Zweig 

“Everything started with inaptness,
an entirely fortuitous blunder ...”

24. 9., 13. 10.   

A Bouquet

Karel Jaromír Erben

The most popular of the Czech classics
will be adapted for the stage.

30. 11.   

For Beauty

Karel Hugo Hilar, Daniel Špinar

“The endeavour to attain style in modern theatre
is an endeavour to make it turn inwards.
The coming to understand that the art’s only
objective is to create beauty”

17. 9., 29. 10., 12. 11.   

Nightwork

Jáchym Topl

The theatre adaptation of the third novel by Jáchym Topol (b. 1962)

17. 9., 10. 10., 25. 11.   

The Misanthrope

Molière

Along with Tartuffe and The Miser, The Misanthrope is the
fundamental comedic archetype by which the global drama
has been enriched by the genius of French classicism. T
he Misanthrope hates people.

15. 10., 9. 11.  

 

 

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