The “face” underneath the mask
The most exposed “persona” of the 23 Flora is the renowned performer and original author Lucie Trmíková, who has – after Stefanie Reinsperger, Stanislav Majer and Miloslav König – become the face of this year’s festival visuals and “borrowed her voice as well as stylised gesture” to the festival video and audio spot.
Music evenings in the festival tent
Flora Theatre Festival – that is not only theatre productions but also informal atmosphere at the evening “meeting point” in festival tent at the Palacký University courtyard at Konvikt. Almost every evening (except for Sundays) there will be some music programme full of unique concerts and DJs… and parties!
Check out the festival video spot!
Do you have your pencil sharpeners ready?
Immense interest in the festival productions
The festival launched the tickets sale today at 9 am and… an incredible amount of tickets has disappeared from the reservation system in matter of minutes, in some cases even in a few seconds!
Press conference is over, ticket sales begin in a week!
The press conference for the 23 Flora Theatre Festival took place on Monday 8 April in Olomouc. The festival director Petr Nerušil together with Simona Vičarová, the festival producer, and Jan Žůrek, dramaturge of the Performing Arts section, introduced the festival programme to the media.
Bergman-Trmíková-Nebeský: Private Confessions
Harshly as well as humorously exposed etudes of married life, mirroring apart from the twists and turns of Bergman’s parents’ relationship, key themes of his work: adultery, loneliness, fear and anxiety. Sober in set design, Jan Nebeský’s adaptation scores with amazing acting performances and intelligent dialogues charged with bitterness and emotions.
Three servings of the Balkans with bitter taste of armed conflict
The monodrama ONE NIGHT STAND/UP! by the Prague-based theatre group Kolonie will be performed at the festival actually three times! Created by set designer and visual artist Andrijana Trpković, directed by Lucie Ferenzová, the show stars actress Markéta Dvoráková. The “Balkan war comedy” about coming of age is set on the Croatian beaches and in the streets of Belgrade against the backdrop of the difficult 1990s.