PROGRAMME

Drama

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Drama

27. 2. 2024 19:00–21:40
The New Stage

Drama

28. 2. 2024 19:00–21:50
The Grand Theatre

Drama

2. 3. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Small Stage

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Drama

3. 3. 2024 15:00–15:50
The Small Stage

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Drama

3. 3. 2024 17:00–17:50
The Small Stage

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Drama

5. 3. 2024 10:00–10:50
The Small Stage

Occupied
Drama

6. 3. 2024 19:00–21:25
The Grand Theatre

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Drama

7. 3. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Grand Theatre

Drama

8. 3. 2024 19:00–21:45
The New Stage

Drama

9. 3. 2024 19:00–22:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

10. 3. 2024 19:00–21:45
The Small Stage

Drama

14. 3. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Grand Theatre

Drama

15. 3. 2024 19:00–20:30
The Grand Theatre

Drama

16. 3. 2024 19:00–21:10
The New Stage

Drama

17. 3. 2024 16:00–18:40
The New Stage

Drama

19. 3. 2024 11:00–13:10
The Small Stage

Occupied
Drama

21. 3. 2024 19:00–21:10
The New Stage

Drama

22. 3. 2024 19:00–21:50
The Grand Theatre

Drama

23. 3. 2024 19:00–22:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

24. 3. 2024 16:00–18:15
The New Stage

Drama

30. 3. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

2. 4. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

3. 4. 2024 19:00–21:10
The New Stage

Drama

4. 4. 2024 19:00–21:10
The Small Stage

Drama

5. 4. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Small Stage

Drama

6. 4. 2024 19:00–21:25
The Grand Theatre

Drama

7. 4. 2024 14:00–16:40
The New Stage

Occupied
Drama

9. 4. 2024 19:00–21:50
The Grand Theatre

Drama

10. 4. 2024 19:00–21:45
The Small Stage

Drama

11. 4. 2024 19:00–21:45
The New Stage

Drama

12. 4. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Grand Theatre

Drama

13. 4. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Grand Theatre

Drama

18. 4. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

19. 4. 2024 19:00–20:30
The Grand Theatre

Drama
Požár

20. 4. 2024 19:00
The Small Stage

Drama

23. 4. 2024 11:00–13:10
The Small Stage

Occupied
Drama

23. 4. 2024 19:00–21:10
The Small Stage

Drama
Požár

24. 4. 2024 19:00
The Small Stage

Drama

25. 4. 2024 11:00–13:15
The New Stage

Occupied
Drama

25. 4. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Grand Theatre

Drama

26. 4. 2024 19:00–21:40
The New Stage

Drama

27. 4. 2024 19:00–21:40
The New Stage

Drama

30. 4. 2024 11:00–14:00
The Grand Theatre

Occupied
Drama

3. 5. 2024 19:00–21:15
The New Stage

Drama

4. 5. 2024 19:00–21:25
The Grand Theatre

Drama

5. 5. 2024 15:00–15:50
The Small Stage

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Drama

5. 5. 2024 17:00–17:50
The Small Stage

Drama

7. 5. 2024 19:00–22:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

7. 5. 2024 19:00–21:45
The Small Stage

Drama
Požár

8. 5. 2024 19:00
The Small Stage

Drama

9. 5. 2024 19:00–21:10
The New Stage

Drama

10. 5. 2024 19:00–21:50
The Grand Theatre

Drama

11. 5. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Grand Theatre

Drama

14. 5. 2024 19:00–21:10
The Small Stage

Drama

15. 5. 2024 19:00–21:20
The Grand Theatre

Drama

16. 5. 2024 11:00–13:20
The Grand Theatre

Occupied
Drama

16. 5. 2024 19:00–21:40
The New Stage

Drama

17. 5. 2024 19:00–21:45
The New Stage

Drama

18. 5. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

19. 5. 2024 15:00–15:50
The Small Stage

Drama

19. 5. 2024 17:00–17:50
The Small Stage

Drama

22. 5. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

23. 5. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

26. 5. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

29. 5. 2024 19:00
The Grand Theatre

Drama

30. 5. 2024 19:00–20:30
The Grand Theatre

Drama

31. 5. 2024 19:00–22:00
The Grand Theatre

Selection from premiers

Richard III

William Shakespeare

“But I, that am not shaped for sportive tricks, nor made to court an amorous looking-glass...” more

Go back for murder

Agatha Christie

Who committed the murder? Was the real murderer sentenced? A remarkable staging (1960) of Agatha Christie’s well-known novel Five Little Pigs, in which a young woman, Carla, wants to clear her mother’s name. more

To Be or Not to Be

Nick Whitby

“There’s no reason why I should lose my nerve!” A comedy from the area of theatre in which the actors’ lives are dead serious. more

Consent

Nina Raine

“Is there anything behind which there is no sex?” more

Selection from repertoir

About us

The drama company is the longest-running company within the DJKT’s four-company theatre community and has always been pivotal to the Pilsen drama scene. Throughout its existence, a large number of acting and directing personalities passed through, significantly influencing the development of the entire Czech theatre culture. It is often said that Pilsen, after Prague, is the second most important Czech theatre scene, especially in the area of drama.

The current drama company, since 2019 under the artistic direction of the company member, Apolena Veldová, continues to develop. It keeps the broad spectrum of the repertory while placing emphasis on its ambitious and educative impact, not only on the fun factor. It strives to develop the audience's ability to perceive various staging methods and forms – by consciously working with their audiences in developing production plans. In addition, the topicality of the portrayed themes and the socio-political and social impact of the presented plays are absolutely essential for the contemporary drama production plan. We want the Pilsen drama not only to entertain its audience, but to make them think together – through theatre production – about the current world and our shared life in it. That's why we want to bring to the stage precisely those topics that we believe can affect us all and can be absolutely essential for our direction in life. Therefore, we are not interested only in a high-quality artistic or theatrical form, but to no less extent in its impact on society as a whole. By sharing it together; especially on the Author – Director – Performer – Spectator line.

 

The drama company also loves to prepare numerous special projects, such as stage readings or other specialized evenings, including one-off events. For the drama company, these activities are a regular part of their work and they support the said search for social contexts through theatre production. The DJKT’s drama company also organizes personal meetings with its audience in the pre-premiere series, Meeting with Drama, or the traditional literary competition, The Literary Café. The members of the drama company also train a new generation of actors in the Theatre Drama Workshop (TDW). Its members are also cast in our productions.

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