Překlad: Jaroslav Zaorálek Dramatizace: Jana Pithartová (na motivy dramatizace Ivana Tallera) Režie: Marián Pecko Scéna a kostýmy: Pavol Andraško Kostýmy: Eva Farkašová Hudba: Róbert Mankovecký Pohybová spolupráce: Stanislava Vlčeková Dramaturgická spolupráce: Jana Pithartová Inspicient: Ilona Bláhová Nápověda: Ivana Smudová

Actors:

Petr: Marek Pešl
Lucie: Daniela Klevetová
Petr, současnost: Petr Kubes
Lucie, současnost: Vladimíra Včelná
Otec: Jaroslav Krejčí
Matka: Ivana Plíhalová
Filip, Petrův bratr: Roman Vencl
Pierre, Filipův kamarád: Tomáš Krejčí

Romain Rolland

Pierre and Luce

Amore, preserve us in the dying hour

1915 Nobel laureate in literature published his most famous novel five years later, which right after Romeo and Juliet became the most famous love story of all time. A touching and romantic story set in the horrors of WWI has been taking the breath of its readers for many generations and now, for the first time ever, will be staged in the Moravian Theatre Olomouc. It will be only the fifth adaptation in the history of Czech theatre. The first one was performed in the North Bohemian Theatre Liberec in 1946. On the stage of Olomouc Moravian Theatre the play will be directed by Marián Pecko, one of the most respected contemporary Slovakian theatre directors. His performances are very popular in several European countries, moreover he has collected more than thirty various awards in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovenia during his career. Marián Plecko is a popular director foremost for his gentle dramatic poetics which make each of his performances an unforgettable experience not only for the audience but also for the actors themselves. Dramatisation of the piece for Moravian theatre was done by Jana Pithartová.