The National Theatre is planning nineteen premieres for the 2020/2021 theatre season – including those that have been postponed from last season owing to the quarantine.
Czech National Ballet
This March saw the closure of all theatres because of the COVID-19 pandemic but muses do not remain silent – world-class ballet companies go virtual and for a limited period of time, they release live recordings of their productions.
Within the span of twenty years (that is one generation), the Prague’s National Theatre ballet-goers have had the unique opportunity to experience four stagings of a ballet based on Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin’s famous verse-novel Eugene Onegin.
Early March, the directors of the two largest Czech ballet companies unveiled the premieres for the upcoming season.
Alina and I met in a café near the National Theatre last autumn. During our conversation, she laughed after every other sentence, using wild gestures and carefully checking her pronunciation...
Christian Spuck commenting on Czech premiere of Leonce & Lena: „I changed myself and that is why my point of view of the piece changed too.”
Ballet company of the National Theatre in Prague prepared two premieres in one month.
Martin Divíšek has been nominated in the photo contest Czech Press Photo (the category of Art and Culture) for his series of photos from rehearsals and performances of the Czech National Ballet’s Swan Lake.
Czech National Ballet pays tribute to Jiří Kylián’s work this autumn with mixed bill Kylián – Bridges of Time
This autumn, the Czech National Ballet will offer an exclusive series of dance events celebrating Jiří Kylián’s masterpieces, For the first time, the mixed bill entitled Kylián – Bridges of Time will include Kylián’s choreography...
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