Mime piece on the music of Antonio Vivaldi with the classic characters of Commedie dell Arte. Pierrot loves Isabella, Capitano Burreno also loves Isabella, but Isabella loves money. Pantalone loves gold jewelry and Arlecchino loves food, but everyone loves life!
Stylish theater performance with humor and beautiful music.
Performers: Štefan Capko, Lukáš Šimon, Vojtěch Svoboda, Kateřina Votočková or Anna Kukuczková
Comedians on the court of Charles IV.
Medieval clowns roaming Europe reached the Czech royal court. After Charles IV returned to Bohemia in 1333 and found only a ravaged country, he decided to restore the beauty of the Czech kingdom and raise the Czech nation. Along with craftsmen, builders and Czech military units, poets and comedians from Italy also came to Bohemia.
They acted their plays about human misery and virtues. Comedians entertained soldiers. The jugglers swallowed fire, juggled, hung their on the trees by their teeth, flipping around. And they also played comedies. Groups of comedians then played and juggled in many other cities across the country.
Performers: Lukáš Šimon or Vojta Svoboda, Kateřina Votočková, Bára Bartoňová, Jarda Červěňák Dolejší, Míša Hradecká or Anička Kukuczková and Števo Capko
Actors of famous Commedia dell Arte come to see their audience. They drill and wag. The Harlequin with Pierot is wagging around the Colombine. And Pantalone and Dottore revolve around Isabella. Capitano is everywhere. Only Pedrolino is somewhere in the pantry.
Carnival Street roars: "To the right of the Campanile, two servants irritate the bull. Three men are holding him on the ropes, but another bull is free to ride on the square, one guard is rolling under his feet, the closest people are fleeing, Amusement is here. The servants and the whole audience are being persecuted and threatened by the bull.
They flee, jump, fight with him.
But the bull is defeated by their master Captain Burreno. Servants are clumsy, lazy, falling asleep, or fighting, but they are still cute and full of life. Their lord is abandoned. His closest girlfriend too. But when another lady, Narina, appears on the scene, she gives Captain a new hope, but ... Finally, his servants save his skin.
" Colombine waggles, scenes alternate, and situations become more and more involved. Street social dignity turns carnival into childhood folly. Actors in masks and contemporary costumes play with joy the ancient comedy spiced up with acrobatics and juggling. The whole theater is turning into a huge spinning spin.
Come with us too. You can break it when you want to play again as a child. Pull the string and the fun will spin! Have a good evening. Your Teatro Comico
The Legend of fiery feathers. Ancient Tales of The Mythical Phoenix in an impressive street show with acrobatics and fire juggling.
The legend of fiery feathers, or the mythical bird of fire, is a performance about the desire of man for rebirth. FIREBIRD - this mythical being is the personification of eternal youth, or eternal life. An ancient legend with deep European roots that has its sisters in the Orient is one of the few of our archetypal stories.
The myth of the eternally living Phoenix has been handed over for centuries. People in ancient Egypt, Sumer, Babylon, Assyria, Tibet, India, China, Greece, Rome talk about this wonderful bird.
Phoenix - Ben - Feng-chuang – Rarog
His name is majestic,
His feathers are hot in bright red, orange and yellow colors.
His body resembles the untamed burning flame of fire. Fiery feathers continue to glow even after being pulled out, and one feather is able to light up a dark room. The bird whose name cannot even be spoken so tenderly sings that even the frozen earth blooms with those tones.
Pavel Nyč, Lukáš Šimon, Vojta Svoboda, Kateřina Votočková, Jana Paňková, Lenka Stolařová, Míša Hradecká Anička Kukuczková, Lenka Stolařová and Števo Capko