Between April and June the Malé Vinohradské divadlo (Small Vinohrady Theater) will be saying goodbye to three of the plays in its repertoire in order to make space for new pieces. On June 19th, 2012, spectators will have their last chance to see the play called “Idiot loci” directed by Jiří Ondra. This partial improvisation was inspired by the protagonists themselves, as well as by Samuel Beckett's “Stories and Texts for Nothing”. Also two plays by David Drábek will disappear forever from the repertoire – “Děvčátko s mozkem” derived from the environment of a psychotherapeutic group, which has been running in the theater for the last seven years, and “Berta (Od soumraku do úsvitu)” about the complicated relationships of thirty year-old Berta. “Děvčátko s mozkem” will say a definitive goodbye to the theater on June 4th, 2012, but before that it will be staged on April 23rd and May 22nd. “Berta” will be on the program only twice – on April 16th and May 14th, 2012. All closing nights will be accompanied by parties. More information about tickets, reservations, and playlists can be found on www.male-vinohradske.cz.
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