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Dreamy Christmas fairy tale the Nutcracker not only for children. Famous ballet Nutcracker from P.I.Tchaikovsky in Prague theatre Hybernia.
Dreamy Christmas fairy tale the Nutcracker adapted as a ballet, with the recorded music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, in the premises of the Hybernia Theatre on the Náměstí Republiky (Republic Square). The original choreography was created by Lev Ivanov and since its premiere at the Imperial Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg in 1892, it has been one of the iconic ballet titles of the classical repertoire worldwide. The duration of our choreography created by Alexander Kysil is 105 minutes, including a 15-minute interval, which makes it suitable for both adults and young audiences. Come and join us to discover a thrilling story full of magic, emotions, imagination, love and dreams - and wake the true spirit of Christmas. Is the story of Clara and her favourite toy Nutcracker just a fantasy or reality? Is uncle Drosselmeyer a true magician? Can the characters from the puppet show that Clara saw on Christmas Eve come to life? The answers are for you to see…
Little and Big Clara Carolina Cortesi, Maria Gornalova
Nutcracker Karel Audy, Alexey Yurakov, Michal Kovác
Herr Drosselmeyer Milan Bocek, Michal Holanek
Female small solo (Doll, Columbine, solo Snowflake) Katerina Audy, Tereza Ulrychova
Male small solo (Doll, Mouse King, Harlequin) Kristian Pokorny, Dominik Port, Libor Kettner
Corps de ballet Tereza Ulrichova, Eliska Kolarova, Karolina Beerova, Veronika Brzkova, Petra Dvorakova, Helenka Fabikova, Ema Slavikova, Lenka Marikova, Vojta Vlasak, Josef Svoboda, Igor Kolva, Martin Dinus, Kristian Pokorny, Michal Vasicek, Sotirios Panagoulias
Stage properties Tomas Hnat
Costumes Jana Chamlarova, Helena Chlupata