Taking the Stage
Enter the Prague Fringe Festival
Tip: If you haven't explored the recently reconstructed Divadlo Minor, try to catch at least one show there. Child-like wonder awaits.
PTV's festival picks: - [ see the full program ]
Romeo And Juliet
Tiny Ninja Theater Company
Thurs 21.30-22.15, Fri-Sun 19.00-19.45
at Divadlo Minor
Country of origin: USA
Admission: 150 / 80
New York's Tiny Ninja Theater presents Shakespeare's timeless tale of star-crossed lovers performed by inch-high plastic ninjas and assorted dime-figures. Seating extremely limited. Opera glasses provided.
7.6.-8.6. at 14.40 – 15.30
at Divadlo Minor
Type: Puppet theatre, in Czech
Suitable for: 4 year olds and over
Out of Afrika, Divadlo Drak brings us a tale of beautiful and wild nature. Kids will love this myth brought to life with rythmical rhymes and dangerous drumming as our the hero journeys towards danger [and redemption].
National Theatre Nish
When: 6.6.-8.6. at 18.15 - 19.45
at Divadlo Minor
Type: Theatre, in Serbian with simultaneous translation
The lads and lassies from Nish promise to tackle: the meaning of quality, man's enslavement to the idea of Future, our deep-seated fear of anarchy, man's loneliness in a world without God, the need for social order and violence required for its imposition, the vicious circle that keeps taking us back to square one… And more. Head out of the house and see if they can deliver.
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