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Phantom

HILT Black Light Theatre and Shadow Theatre Prague, Karoliny Světlé 18, Praha 1 - Staré Město, 110 00

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  • tue 23. 7. 2019 20.00
  • thu 25. 7. 2019 20.00
  • sat 27. 7. 2019 20.00
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  • thu 31. 10. 2019 20.00

With stunning visual imagery and music, Phantom is based upon the well-known 'Phantom of the Opera' but this production takes the story to new and interesting places which will undoubtedly delight audiences from all over the world.

Featuring the same mysterious character who first enchanted audiences in the famous 1916 movie, as well as subsequent reinterpretations on the London West End stage and elsewhere. Phantom is now reinvented in the world of Black Light Theatre by HILT. The team of performers and artists at HILT have been working in the medium of black light since 2006 bringing modern influences to a traditional form of staging. Using a combination of floating figures, fluorescent costumes and an almost infinite sense of surrounding darkness, HILT are able to produce some sensational results which combine dance, pantomime and even some sleight of hand for magical touches.

The genre of black light theater collects worldwide success since 1955 and its "home" became Czech Republic. Visual effects, floating figures and the magic of colors in the infinite space of absolute darkness is breathtaking theater experience. The author of the show Theodor Deutsch Hoidekr has directed several shows of black light theater and worked among others with the greatest film star of Bollywood Abhishek Bachchan in New Delhi.

director: Theodor Deutsch Hoidekr

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