The world premiere of Zazděná/Mauerschau took place in September. Theatre LETÍ with Zazděná / Mauerschau was the only representative of the Czech Republic in the international project After the Fall with theatres like Royal Court Theatre in London, Teatr Stary in Cracow, Abbey Theatre in Dublin or the National Theatre in Copenhagen. The aim of the international theatre project “After the Fall” is to remember the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and consequences of this revolution for Germany and Europe in general. The Goethe-Institute addressed theatre and playwrights in 15 countries and they acquired 19 authors who wrote plays that reflected social-political changes in their country and 17 theatre subjects that staged these plays. Young playwright Barbora Vaculová wrote the play Zazděná/Mauerschau with a close cooperation with Theatre LETÍ. Music composer Aleš Březina, the owner of A. Radok Award for 2008, wrote music for this staging. The production team was international – artists from Germany (director Susanne Chrudina, stage designer Malve Lippman and actor Claudia Schwarz) as well as from the Czech Republic participated in the staging. The staging is performed in two languages and it is understandable for Czech and German speaking audience.

The performance was presented within the Prague Theatre Festival of the German language and it was invited for the international theatre show in Belgrade.

It was cleverly written, well-directed theatre that touches upon very essential things.”
(Marie Reslová, Economic News)

Date of premiere 14/09/2009

Director Susanne Chrudina a Martina Schlegelová
Dramaturgy Marie Špalová
Music Aleš Březina
Stage design Malve Lippmann
Performed by Pavlína Štorková, Tereza Vilišová nebo Anna Bubníková, Tereza Richtrová, Claudia Schwartzová

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