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William Shakespeare: Hamlet

Shakespeare as a contemporary family drama with a Scandinavian touch.

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Tomáš Hrbek, Lucie Kolouchová, Daniel Hrbek: Shoah (Šoa)

A true story about how to survive a Nazi hell. An English version was successfully put on Broadway stage in New York.

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Viktor Dyk: The Ratcatcher (Krysař)

He's different, he's mysterious, he's present. And nothing can be hidden from him. A play inspired by a legend that is much too alive and one of the most famous pieces of Czech prose.

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Oscar Wilde: Picture of Dorian Gray (Obraz Doriana Graye)

A contemporary interpretation of Wilde's legendary novel. We have everything but that is all we have.

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Friedrich Schiller: Intrigue and Love (Úklady a láska)

The Power of Love. Feels like Fire. What happens when two lovers become puppets in the hands of love.

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Josef Holcman: The Breaking of the Bread (Lámání chleba)

An original Czech play about courage and friendship in eras of dictatorship.

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Václav Havel a Marek Hejduk: Protest/Rest

33 years have passed between the two one-act plays, connected through the characters of Vaněk and Staněk and through absurd humour.

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Karel Čapek a Martina Krátká: A Decent Man (Slušný člověk)

Inspired by Karel Čapek's novel An Ordinary Life.

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Heinrich Böll: The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum (Ztracená čest Kateřiny Blumové)

The story of a young woman who becomes victim of police and media. Until she fights back.

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David Košťák: The Heart Belongs to Jail (Srdce patří za mříže)

How easy it is to loose your heart in today's world. The youngest theatre generation shares their point of view on violence.

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Karel Jaromír Erben: A Bouquet of Folk Legends (Kytice)

Nine ballads from A Bouquet of Folk Legends performed by Herecké studio Švandova divadla.

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