Magical comedy about unconventional wedding preparations
An explosive cabaret medley for three actors and full auditorium about the rules of theatre.
A rebel who stops at nothing, even the prospect of her own demise.
A powerful family drama by a Nobel Prize-laureate.
Well-written comedy full of coincidents, accidents, encounters and break-ups.
Contemporary comedy about three women who are losing grip of their lives, until they end up in utter chaos.
Authorial play inspired by the life of Edward Bernays and his wife Doris Fleischman.
Based on the novel Candles Are Burning Out by Sándor Márai.
A riveting reconstruction of betrayal, friendship, chase and passion.
Štyri dámy si pri šálke čaju pokonverzujú o všetkom a ničom. Smiešne, kruto, vecne aj dojemne.
The contemporary American author David Mamet placed his Glengarry Glen Ross into the setting of a real estate agency. It is the stage to play out the tough, harsh and, at times, even comical competition struggle among the staff who are selling even that which cannot be sold. Everyone wishes to climb the upper career echelons, ideally stepping on someone else’s back. Still, there is only one to be given the chance. As a staff incentive, the agency comes up with a competition to win a luxury car, a set of knives or, on the contrary a loss of job. That gives rise to all kinds of career scheming among the staff, which unveil unfair practices, shrewd tricks, as well as mutual betrayal. All this is part of the merciless struggle for survival. Characteristic humour, idiosyncratic language and brilliant dialogues merge in Glengarry Glen Ross with peculiar irony, effective metaphor and unremitting business world. A world is born where 'to have' is more important than 'to be'. Simply, our world! The play earned David Mamet Pulitzer Prize, and two Academy-nominated films based on the piece.
Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes, no intervalIMPORTANT NOTICE Due to the ongoing pandemic situation and for disease prevention, we have to block (reserve) a large number of seats in the auditorium. Every Friday we release for sale all tickets that the COVID traffic light allows for the following week. We therefore recommend that you visit our website on the Friday of the week before the performance of your choice to purchase tickets released for sale for the coming week. Thank you for understanding. We look forward to your visit!
True story of the world’s worst singer
A family fairy-tale about brave princesses, cheeky dragons, powerful friendship, and clever Woodcutter
Bitter-sweet small-scale drama about the intimate universe of married couples
Staged portrait of the Roman Catholic dissident and physician Silvester Krčméry
The best-known Slovak comedy for the first time on stage the SND. Kubo as a defenceless and adorable simpleton, or a dangerous individual capable of everything?
The original Slovak play about the controversial Leni Riefenstahl, Hitler’s “court director”, but also about artist’s responsibility for their work.
Historical revue in two parts
Authorial docudrama that explores the profound story of a woman, mother, lawyer, politician, member of the Czech anti-Nazi résistance, and a victim of Stalinist show trial, Milada Horáková.
Author’s production – a small probe into th einner world of a woman turning thirty
Anne lovingly looked after her husband, enjoyed preparing breakfast for her children and provided the full family service. Simply, she filled her life with her family, until she came to realise that she was actually alone. This serene life somewhat deceived her. Perhaps she was also deceived by her husband who is busy seminar-hopping. The son is now an adult and no longer needs his mother. How is she to come to terms with the fact that he, too, has his own life now? What to fill hers with? What is left once love is gone? Suddenly, Anne no longer has her place and a goal. The bitter comedy Mother is a family drama about coming of age, leaving and sudden self-awareness. Yet, it is also about fear of abandonment, loneliness, of an empty nest. The acclaimed French playwright Florian Zeller created a fascinating world of reality and illusion of a woman, a mother. What is a mother left with once her self-sacrifice on behalf of her family comes to an end, her children’s freedom and husband’s autonomy become reality? Ultimately, she merely raises the fundamental question: What was it all for? Actually, what was the point of it all?IMPORTANT NOTICE Due to the ongoing pandemic situation and for disease prevention, we have to block (reserve) a large number of seats in the auditorium. Every Friday we release for sale all tickets that the COVID traffic light allows for the following week. We therefore recommend that you visit our website on the Friday of the week before the performance of your choice to purchase tickets released for sale for the coming week. Thank you for understanding. We look forward to your visit!
Author’s production about an artist’s mission in the present day.
Comedy about reconciliation, adventure, love games and coincidences in a Slovak cult classic.
Night poetry by Elisabeth Wittgruber and music by Martina Geišberg
Dramatisation of a novel about attacks on Russian intelligentsia.
A production about the cathartic power of theatre.
Two gems of Slovak and Czech realistic drama
Dramatisation of prose by a brilliant observer of harsh human fate
A black comedy based on Roald Dahl's Skin
Gloomy fresco about compromises with conscience
Classical Shakespearean comedy about the philandering knight Falstaff
One of the best Slovak plays about the nature of ordinary man at times of historic turmoil
A production about different opinions, dated views, as well as mutual understanding between two generations.
Contemporary British comedy presents an ironic view of the world of theatre and, at the same time, pays tribute to this world
Slovak drama of Antique dimension about a woman in between two men
Our take on the famous comedy is a parody on the saying "If you go to a woman, take a whip!“ And what else, if you lack the common sense?
One of the favourite literary works about the world of theatre, theatre-makers and their art, as well as about human passions, desires and weaknesses
One of the greatest pieces of world literature
Different perspectives on the not-at-all dreary life of people with sight impairments and the blind presented by the theatre Zrakáč.