WHAT HAPPENED WHEN NORA LEFT HER HUSBAND

WHAT HAPPENED WHEN NORA LEFT HER HUSBAND

Drama

The National Theatre, Prague (Czech Republic)

The new SND building, Drama hall

Translation: Jitka Jílková
Director: Michal Dočekal
Set design: Martin Chocholoušek
Costumes: Kateřina Štefková
Music: Miloš Orson Štědroň
Associate producer: Daria Ullrichová
Movement collaboration: Petra Hauerová

This Nobel Prize winner writes provocative and fiercely critical works that even Ibsen - whose plays serve as liberating inspiration. In particular the story of Nora - deliberately portrayed as a very negative figure subject to the principles of male dictated civilization. Michal Docekal was inspired by the aesthetics of expressionism and has set a music genre with grotesque figures with ironic - parodist overtones. Video projection and the stylised history of "employed" women are ironic staging features - gesture in the context of the story with a clear stance as performed by great and popular actors. The play won the Joseph Balvín Award for Best staging of a German dramatic work.

This performance is not suitable for children.

Nora: Kateřina Winterová
Helmer: Igor Bareš
Weygang: Vladislav Beneš
Mrs Lindeová: Jaromíra Mílová
Man: Miloslav Mejzlík
Krogstad: Ondřej Pavelka
Fioreman: Petr Motloch
Annemarie: Zdena Hadrbolcová
Eva: Eva Vrbková / Marie Stípková
worker: Kateřina Petrová
Minister: Alexej Pyško
Personnel head: Luboš Veselý
Secratary / worker: Hana Igonda Ševčíková

Ticket prices:
Category 1:
15 €
Category 2: 15 €
Category 3: 10 €
Category 4: 10 €