Překlad: Antonín Přidal Námět a úprava: Anna Saavedra Námět a režie: Janka Ryšánek Schmiedtová Dramaturgie: Michaela Doleželová Hudba: Vladivojna La Chia Scéna a kostýmy: David Janošek Pohybová spolupráce: Martina Krátká Inspicient: Věra Šindlářová Nápověda: Ivana Smudová

Actors:

Matka Bernardy: Naděžda Chroboková-Tomicová
Bernarda: Vladimíra Včelná
Poncia: Ivana Plíhalová
Žena ve smutku: Natálie Tichánková
Angustias: Jana Posníková
Martirio: Vendula Nováková
Adéla: Daniela Klevetová / Kristína Jurková
Magdalena: Barbora Dobišarová, j. h. / Bára Vidomská, j. h.
Amélie: Dominika Hrazdílková, j. h. / Petra Schovánková, j. h.

Federico García Lorca

The House of Bernarda Alba

See the bottom of the female soul

García Lorca, a Spanish literary giant, completed his cardinal work just before his violent death in 1936, underlying his spectacular, albeit short, artistic career. Therefore, the House of Bernarda Alba became a kind of swan song of the most famous playwright ever born on Iberian Peninsula. The emotion-wrapped story of a dominant mother and her five adult daughters, each of whom is married, will display the world-class drama this season. Where there is no order, there is chaos, and where there is no faith, there is boundlessness and uncertainty. There is even greater danger when the order becomes a prison and a belief becomes absence of freedom. 

The impressive story of an age-old man's desire for freedom and the right to choose, narrated by the widow Bernarda, who has tied her daughters' lives to the strictest of principles and transformed her home together with pride in life into a life sentence, should become an irresistible acting challenge for the ladies of our ensemble.

After thirty-nine years since its premiere in 1981, the far too proud widow of Bernard Alba returns to the Moravian Theater. Her story will be staged by director Janka Ryšánek Schmiedtová, who in the past two seasons, made herself well known to the audience and critics, among others, with the production of Gazdina roba at the Silesian Theater in Opava or Maryša at the Ostrava Petr Bezruč Theater.