National Theatre (Národní divadlo), Národní 2, Praha 1 - Nové Město, 110 00
- Sat 30. 3. 2019 14.00
- Sun 7. 4. 2019 14.00
- Wed 17. 4. 2019 19.00 — WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
- Wed 15. 5. 2019 19.00 — WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
- Fri 31. 5. 2019 19.00
- Sat 15. 6. 2019 19.00
- Sun 16. 6. 2019 19.00
- Sat 21. 9. 2019 17.00
- Mon 11. 11. 2019 19.00
- Mon 16. 3. 2020 19.00
Marysha kills Vávra with a poison poured into his coffee.
Few among the audience do not know how the story of a girl married against her will and driven to an act of despair works out. Were it a crime drama, this knowledge would be a detriment. Fortunately, however, there are stories that are worthy of retelling. In our production too, Marysha kills Vávra with a poison poured into his coffee. But what is Marysha like? And what about Vávra?
Marysha, a masterpiece of the Czech rural realism (written in a truly outstanding language), today an indisputable part of our dramatic repertoire, entered the National Theatre through the backdoor, when in 1894 Ladislav Stroupežnický decided to stage its premiere within the cycle of afternoon people’s performances. Since then, the National Theatre has created ten productions of the play (with the most recent being J. A. Pitínský’s 1999 adaptation). The National Theatre Drama will do its utmost to make the eleventh Marysha a dignified and festive contribution to the Czech theatre tradition.
authors: Alois and Vilém Mrštík
stage director: Jan Mikulášek
dramaturgy: Marta Ljubková, Jan Tošovský
sets: Marek Cpin
costumes: Kateřina Štefková
sound design: Michal Cáb
lighting design: Ondřej Kyncl
cast: Vladimír Javorský, Taťjana Medvecká, Pavla Beretová, David Prachař, Matyáš Řezníček ...
running time: 1 h 45 min (no intermission)