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SPONSORS: Kooperativa, pojišťovna a.s., RWE Transgas a.s., VAK s.r.o. Dvůr Králové, Kimberly-Clark a.s., 
KASPER KOVO a.s., Atelier TSUNAMI, Komerční banka a.s., Primátor Náchod, Tiskárna Polonček Náchod, 
Pekařství Roland, supported with the Czech Ministry of Culture & Královéhradecký kraj grants 

         

   Theatrum

     Kuks, aUGUST 23 -26, 2007    KUKS PHOTOGALLERY

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Organizers
  • GATE nÁCHOD
  • KUKS MUNICIPAL OFFICE
  • HOSPITAL KUKS
    give on the occasion of 305 years anniversary of the Sporck's theater - Comoedien-Haus in Kuks (1702) the 6th Edition of the  THEATRUM KUKS Festival within the entire Kuks' beautiful valley area.
M. B. Braun: Trpaslík ze závodiště v Kuksu
PROGRAM

Ø  THU  August 23, 2007, 15.00 pm 
Patritius Wasserburger - Tobias J. A. Seemann  - Michael Rentz:
Dance of Death / Todten-Tanz
World Premiere (2002)
Zuzana Milková – soprano, cello, tap-dance 
Stanislav Bohadlo – lute, HOSPITAL  TRINITY CHURCH

Ø  FRI August 24, 2007,  8.00 pm
Amor the Tyrant
/ Amor der Tyran  The modern World Premiere of the  February 15, 1718 performance at Sporckischen Comödi-Haus in Prague  
Geißlers Hoffkomöedianten, 
producer: Petr Hašek. COMÖDIEN-HAUS  

Ø      SAT August 25, 2007, 8.00 pm 

Ø  SUN August 26, 2007, 10.00 pm  
J. S. Bach:
Bohemian Masses (1735/36, BWV 233-236), JITRO, cond. J. Skopal jun.  BWV  1068

HOSPITAL  TRINITY CHURCH

Ø  Street theaters daily 12.00 pm - 7.00 pm at ten special sites within the Kuks valley: Hospital garden * Court yard * Garden Gate * Lapidarium * Virtues * Vices* At the Tomb * Meadow * At Neptunes' Steps * Alley * At Herkomann (David and Goliath) * On Elbe river * In former barn - being reconstructed into the Comoedien-Haus etc.

 


M. B. Braun: Religion před špitálním kostelem nejsv. Trojice
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