Antalogia, a selection of the best scenes from the first black light theatre in the world, makes a truly mesmerizing night.
The best scenes from original Prague Black Light Theatre of Jiří Srnec will take you back to the world of inexhaustible fantasy and imagination.
The audience is guided through the 51-year history of Srnec Theatre. You may see, for instance, the oldest black light theatre scene „Launderette“ that had been created two years prior to the official foundation of the Srnec Theatre.
The scene „Magician“ allows the invisible performers to show their mastery. The objects appear, change, and vanish again. You will get surprised and fascinated. The nearly human behaviour of the four-legged friend of a Western bartender in the scene „Horse“ will make you laugh heartily.
Antologia is the most successful Black Light Theatre performance of the last years that has been appreciated on all the continents.
„The experience with the international audience has shown that each thing the human has invented and made may contain humour that may be understood by anybody. The convincingness of the objects coming to life is given by the manipulator’s acting mastery. The critics from all the continents appreciated the invisible actors who made the audience laugh or think by means of the objects. The silent movie era, Laurel and Hardy, Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin – these masters are still being admired. Laughter, or smile at least, is needed more now – in the over-engineered period of too many words and few good deeds – than before. “ Jiří Srnec.
Place, where you forget all your worries. The theatre itself has a very intimate atmosphere which makes you feel pretty cozy. We laughed all way through this unique, one-of-a-kind performance. Get ready for a ride full of people, "animals" (you´ll see), moving objects, non-verbal communication and fun! We are happy to recommend this fabulous show.
Did you know?
Jiří Srnec is the father of first Black Light Theatre in the world and the laureate of Czech theatre awards Thálie 2018 for his life contribution to the Czech art.
The performance has one 15 minutes intermission.