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Romeo and Juliet - ballet

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Hybernia Theatre

Enjoy ROMEO AND JULIET, the famous ballet by S. Prokofiev, performed by leading soloists!

Do not miss a unique combination of breathtaking ballet by Sergei Prokofiev and the most famous love story of all times by W. Shakespeare!

ROMEO AND JULIET in Theatre Hybernia - ballet performance is to the music from a recording.

Romeo and Juliet, one of the most famous ballets of all times, was composed by Sergei Prokofiev in 1935, based on a synopsis created by Adrian Piotrovsky and Sergey Radlov. The full ballet was premiered in the Mahen Theatre, Brno (then Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic), on 30 December 1938. Today it is better known from the significantly revised version that was first presented at the Kirov Theatre in Leningrad on 11 January 1940, with choreography by Leonid Lavrovsky and with Konstantin Sergeyev and Galina Ulyanova in the lead roles.


Love tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous love stories of the world drama.


Romeo - Slava Burlac, Miroslav Hradil, Karel Audy
Juliet - Andrea Kramesova, Magdalena Matejkova, Daria Lazucova
Tybalt - Ondrej Novotny, Karel Audy, Sasa Kysil
Merkucio - Serghei Gerciu, Slava Burlac, Libor Kettner
Capulet -  Karolina Cachova, Klara Zezulkova
Nanny - Pavlina Mraziková, Leila Labiodova
Priest - Milan Bocek, Daniel Rybicky
Paris - Jiri Wanka, Marek Kasparovsky
Company of Theatre Hybernia

Please note the concert has a 15 minutes intermission.

Children under 8 years free of charge.

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Hybernia Theatre

Nám.Republiky 3/4
Praha 1 110 00
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Modern musical theatre in a former church in the city centre.

In Hybernia Theatre you can see the best of the famous ballets and operas performed by leading Czech artists.

Hybernia Theatre and its location have a rich history. In the 14th century, the emperor Charles IV built the St. Ambrosius monastery here which gradually fell under different orders, the Benedictines, Minorites, and finally in the 17th century the Irish Franciscans.
In late-18th century  the monastery was shut down on the order of Emperor Joseph II and the church was desecrated. Still, the place was called „U Hybernu“ (Hybernia means Ireland in latin).

The former church served as a customs house, exhibition hall, until in 2006 its interior was transformed into a modern theatre hosting mainly musicals, but also ballet, opera performances and jazz concerts.


Walking distance from Prague Ticket Office - Via Musica shop on Old Town Square:
10 min

Accessibility by public transport:
metro B (yellow line) - Namesti Republiky stop
trams 8, 14, 26, 91 - Namesti Republiky stop

Nearest car parking:
garages of the Palladium or Kotva shopping malls on Namesti Republiky


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