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Cutting it short

Bohumil Hrabal

‘That Francin is a ball of nerves, he should, according to Mr Batista's file, wash his genitals with lukewarm water.’ more

Radúz and Mahulena

Julius Zeyer / Josef Suk

The famous poetic fairy-tale drama by the Czech author and playwright Julius Zeyer from 1896 had its premiere staging in the National Theatre in Prague just two years after its publishing. Since then it has become a stable piece regularly acted at various scenes across the country. more

Rebecca

Michael Kunze / Sylvester Levay

Based on Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name. A romantic mystery musical by the authors of Elisabeth more

Richard III

William Shakespeare

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

The Chattertooth Eleven

Eduard Bass

“Once upon a time there was a poor peasant named Chattertooth, and he had eleven sons. In his poverty he did not know what to do with them and so he had made them a football team.” more

The Makropulos affair

Leoš Janáček

Leoš Janáček belongs to the most respected composers of the previous century. His works are presented by leading opera houses worldwide. more

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, OR A CRAZY DAY

Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais

“Those at the top are taking too many liberties.” more

The taming of the shrew

Jan Kučera

'Who better recipe knows how to tame a shrew, they should tell me! I'd be grateful.' more

Witches of Salem

Arthur Miller

The world-renowned historical thriller was written by Arthur Miller, the classic of modern American drama, and it is based on a true story – one of the most publicized witch trials of all time. It took place in 1692 in the isolated village of Salem in Massachusetts. more

WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Emily Brontëová

Hate is unfair. Love is even more so. The author died shortly after the publication of her only novel, which she signed with a male pseudonym in 1847. more

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