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The Merry Wives of Windsor

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Tuesday 28. November 2017 - 19:00, Historical building



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Premiere: 28 and 29 Actober 2017 Historical Building

Ľubomír Feldek
Inszenierung : Peter Mikulík
Peter Kováč
Jozef Ciller
Peter Čanecký
Vladislav Šarišský
Marián Geišberg
Richard Labuda, ako hosť, Šimon Dančiak, ako hosť
Michal Noga, ako hosť
Adam Jančina, ako hosť, Krištof Tobiáš, poslucháč VŠMU
Marek Lupták, poslucháč VŠMU, Juraj Bača, ako hosť
Ján Gallovič
Diana Mórová
Samuel Kennedy, ako hosť, Juraj Horský, ako hosť
Natália Germániová, poslucháčka VŠMU, Viktória Petrášová, poslucháčka VŠMU
Jozef Vajda
Gabriela Dzuríková
Ľuboš Kostelný
Ján Koleník
Zuzana Kocúriková
Michal Kinik, ako hosť, Matej Marušin, ako hosť
Ivan Vojtek
Richard Autner
František Kovár
Daniel Fischer
Matej Babej, poslucháč VŠMU

Shakespeare is said to have wri t ten this comedy at the direct request of Queen Elisabeth, who wished to see the stout knight Falstaff, a minor character from Henry IV and Henry V, cast in the comical role of a befooled Don Juan.

In a comedy that weaves together several storylines, Sir John Falstaff rose from being minor to main character. This is cer tainly no ordinary career in the history of theatre. The lovable adventurer and tavern idler, who has lost favour with the King, comes up with an incredible plan – to cour t two honest townswomen of Windsor, Mistress Ford and Mistress Page, at the same time, in order to seize the money of their fairly wealthy husbands. Besides overestimating his looks and underestimating his age, the vain Falstaff faces another slight problem – his plans are quickly discovered by both women, and even their husbands. The ladies want rightly to take revenge on Falstaff, and so – for appearance’s sake – both accept his offer. The womanising Falstaff falls into their trap over and over again, but in the last moment manages to escape the clutches of the jealous husband, who always only makes a fool of himself.


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Program

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William Shakespeare
Richard III.

Wednesday, 22. 11. 2017, 19:00
Viliam Klimáček
Mojmír II or the Twilight of an Empire

Cancelled

Wednesday, 22. 11. 2017, 19:00
Ivan Stodola
The Shepherd’s Wife