Venue: Theatre Srnec - Palace Savarin
Antología – The best of the Black Light Theatre
The performance is a selection of eight scenes from the work of Black Light Theatre Srnec since its foundation in 1961 – e.g., The Flying Bicycle, What’s next?, White Pierrot in Black, or The Week of Dreams.
You will learn what your underwear is doing when you’re not looking. We will demonstrate that street-lamps can be human’s most dangerous foes. We will persuade you that animals are much more intelligent than you may have thought. Simply, get ready that with us nothing is how you would expect it to be.
A non-verbal (without words) show full of witty humour, dance and black-light theatre skill will not only put you in a good mood but it will also show you how some qualities of human nature, that we meet every day, can be dealt with.
Antología (the name coming from Greek where it meant a selection of the best poems) isone of the favourite titles. The company performed it in 68 countries already (e.g., China, Russia, USA (Las Vegas, New York), South America, Syria, Israel, Greece, Africa, Germany, Australia, France, Turkey, Thailand, Bolivia, Great Britain, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, Monaco, South Korea, Norway, Sweden and many others), and attended 87 festivals. It was performed at the sold-out square in Italian city Campobasso in front of 15,000 spectators, in Nicaragua and El Salvador the presidents visited the show, and in 2002 four of the scenes represented the Czech Republic during the NATO Summit in Prague.
Shows are staged every day (Monday - Sunday) from 8 p.m.
To book the tickets, go to this website: http://www.srnectheatre.com/eng/tickets