A village, a church, and a plenty of life stories.
A magical play replete with motifs, entanglements and mysteries, which true theatre-goers must see at least once in their lifetime.
John Neumeier's narrative dramatic ballet based on the play of the same name by Tennessee Williams.
An engrossing operatic wartime drama of love and betrayal set in Ancient Egypt.
Premiere performances: 19 and 21 May 2023 at the National Theatre
For children aged 6 months to 3 years.
Premiere performances: 16 and 18 September 2022 at the State Opera
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
beats per minute
Keep a safe distance when Carmen is in the mood for love
The beauty of the contemporary aesthetic in the fascinating story of a lovely girl.
Sometimes I feel my self is completely alone.
New media and dynamic choreography in a dance project by young artists.
Premiere performances: 4 and 5 May 2023 at the Estates Theatre
Will the Dutchman find the woman whose faithful love will break his eternal damnation?
Premiere performances: 24 and 27 November 2022 at the State Opera
The final moments of the great rebel.
Opera Flammen is nominated for the International Opera Award in category rediscovered work.
Immortality as punishment? Don Juan in the role of Ahasver.
Let the theatre shape lives!
Three modern choreographers, innovators of world dance.
A fairy tale of a brother and sister falling into the hands of a witch in a magical production featuring clowns, acrobats and puppets.
Premiere performances: 1 and 2 December 2022 at the National Theatre
“The world need not be saved. It must be entertained!”
The crafty Figaro will cut your hair, give you a shave, and even matchmake, if you so wish!
Live the story of Josef K.
Why can’t people fly like birds?
Premiere performances: 24 and 26 February 2023 at the State Opera
Bella Figura, Gods & Dogs, Petite Mort, Sechs Tänze
A celebration of youth, love and joie de vivre through the eyes of Parisian bohemians.
Spectacular ballet comedy by Frederick Ashton.
“A man can only love where he finds purity and truth.”
Premiere performance: 11 May 2023 at the State Opera
Falling in love with a courtesan is doomed from the very start!
Premiere performances: 10 and 11 November 2022
Premiere performances: 9 and 11 June 2023 at the Estates Theatre
A satirical comedy and timeless ballet.
A legend? A myth? Perhaps, first and foremost, a story conveying a message of wisdom that many a contemporary “ruler” has failed to take to heart.
A trio of siblings’ love.
An opera-thriller about the corrupting force of power.
A Japanese story of unfulfilled desire, betrayal and honour.
A play that is not about a cup of coffee at all.
Populate the World, or All is in the Right Italy!
“You are the killer you are seeking!”
John Cranko’s ballet based on Alexander Pushkin’s novel.
A cycle of entertainment and educational programmes for children and parents.
Premiere performances: 2 and 3 March 2023 at the National Theatre.
Premiere performances: 15 and 17 June 2023 at the State Opera
A poetic production for children aged 4 and up that takes you into a magical world made of paper.
A horror-like performance inspired by the life and work of Edgar Allan Poe.
Is it possible to fall in love against one’s will?
Venue: 2022/23 season: The National Theatre, since September 2023 The Estates Theatre
A dark drama of passion, love, betrayal and revenge.
Experimental performance based on Karel Čapek’s play R.U.R.
Ballet by John Cranko after William Shakespeare
The immortal story of the Verona lovers
A spellbinding fairy tale, or an ancient myth of man against Nature? Rusalka is both.
The poetic and tragic story of the unrequited love of the water nymph Rusalka.
Premiere performances: 6 and 9 October 2022 at the National theatre
Why would anybody prefer screws to nails?
An uplifting opera attesting to the lowest human traits. The Production of 2018.
Iconic classical ballet choreographed by John Cranko.
Her Majesty Iva Janžurová in her royal lead role.
A report on the biggest party of all time taking place somewhere nearby.
Every creature can make a loved one beautiful...
Two great musical testimonies about human destiny.
A fairy tale for children, a symbolic story for adults. A play about seeking happiness, which may be surprisingly nearby.
“Tomorrow's today will be completely different from the today's”.
Do children have responsibility for their parents?
A playful, humorous and tender production for children and adults alike. Let’s return to our schooldays for a while!
Enjoy the Christmas magic!
A ballet by Márcia Haydée, based on Charles Perrault’s fairy tale.
On the nearing end of the world, aging and roast ducks…
Premiere performances: 22 and 23 June 2023 at the New Stage
Legendary tale of chasing the immortal beaut.