Please accept our sincere apologies for the change in performance Marysha (Maryša) on May 31th at the National Thatre.
The tickets you purchased remain valid for the substitute performance: Manon Lescaut - in Czech language. In the event that you have already seen the production, and you will not attend it, we will refund you the full price of the ticket/s. Tickets need to be returned within 7 days after the former date of the performance.
If you purchased your tickets:
* by card payment online, through credit transfer or cash on delivery
send us an email to the address email@example.com and after we havereceived the unused ticket/s, we will pay the price back to your account.
* in the event of cash on delivery payment, we can either send the amount to you through Czech Post or by means of a credit transfer to your account.
* at National Theatre box offices
upon presenting the unused ticket/s we will refund the full amount at one of our box offices.
* at our contractual dealers (ColosseumTicket, Bohemia Ticket, Ticketportal)
please contact directly the respective dealer from which you purchased the ticket/s.
Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us:
firstname.lastname@example.org, +420 224 901 448, Monday – Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
Marysha is one of the most famous Czech theatrical plays, a true gem of the Naturalist drama. The iconic quotes about coffee, in the play used as a means of murder, have become part of the Czech popular culture. The play, based upon a true story about a village girl married against her will, was repeatedly rejected by the dramaturgy of the National Theatre for reasons of excessive naturalism in the way the corrupt relationships among the characters and the circumstances of the murder were depicted. It was accepted only at third attempt and played only in afternoon people's performances for fear of insulting the bourgeois audience. Its success was nevertheless immediate and it eventually found its way to audiences nationwide.
The director Jan Mikulášek, one of the most remarkable talents of his generation, was put in charge of the staging of the eleventh successive production of Marysha in the history of the National Theatre. His minimalistic view of this important part of Czech dramatic tradition builds upon the unique personal actorship and deep understanding of the characters by the actors.
Approximate running time:
1 hour, 45 minutes, no intermission