Dramatizace: Roman Vencl Režie: Roman Vencl Scéna: Miroslav Král Kostýmy: Lucie Halgašová Choreografie: Eva Vajsová Pohybová spolupráce: Daniel Bodlák Hudební spolupráce: Filip Tailor Dramaturgie: Miroslav Ondra Písně: Jarek Nohavica Inspicient: Věra Šindlářová Nápověda: Ilona Bláhová

Actors:

Tomáš Záhoř, sedlák: Václav Bahník
Vondra, jeho starší syn: Lukáš Červenka
Matěj, jeho mladší syn: Tomáš Krejčí
Drastil, kovář: Jaroslav Krejčí
Drastilová, jeho žena: Naděžda Chroboková-Tomicová
Nana, jejich dcera: Vendula Nováková
Jan Podestát, sedlák: Jan Ťoupalík
Dodla, jeho žena: Natálie Tichánková
Manka, děvečka u Záhoře: Daniela Klevetová
Hadlásek, soused: Josef Bartoň j. h.
Ziman, starosta: Michal Przebinda, j. h.
Zimanová, starostová: Ivana Plíhalová
Panímáma: Vlasta Hartlová
Zubalka: Vladimíra Včelná
Soudce, Kněz, Advokát: Petr Kubes
Chasníci: Marek Pešl / Petr Vaněk
Děvečka: Dominika Hrazdílková j. h. / Patricie Janečková j. h.
Kapela - housle: Braňo Lariš / Robin Lefner
Kapela - cimbál: Jakub Štrunc / Marek Číp
Kapela - piano: Filip Tailor / Richard Mlynář
Kapela - kytara, mandolína: Robin Lefner / Vít Štaigl
Kapela - kontrabas: Jakub Knápek / Jan Galia

Jan Vrba

The Mills of God

Czech drama including the songs by Jarek Nohavica

A moving novel written by Jan Vrba in 1919 tells a story of a tragic destiny of a farmer’s family which was destroyed by a false oath of one of its members made on his deathbed. Powerful and moving story is based on the main idea of humanity, justice and faith in moral and spiritual strength of a man and society as such. Adaptation of the novel, which is hugely relevant in any time and age, will be conducted by the head of Dramatic Theatre Company Olomouc, Roman Vencl. Miroslav Ondra, dramaturge of this play, will cooperate in the editing with Roman Vencl. The play is set in the Haná region and even supported by songs of Jarek Nohavica. It is only the unique poetry and delicacy of the songs that should shift the meaning of the whole play far over the borders of our region. Long negotiations with Mr. Nohavica led to mutual agreement, unheard of in the Czech theatre. Moravian Theatre Olomouc is the only theatre which can use songs of Jarek Nohavica and interpret them live on stage.