For the Centenniel Heritage Festival, Vit Horejs performs a one-man show of Czech fairy tales (in English) replete with kings, clever village maidens, witches and spirits. His marionettes speak in dozen voices, dance, play violin, swim and fly. The program will be composed of favorite Czech and Slovak fairy tales: "Kacha and the Devil" and "The Water Goblin and Stingy Tailor." The evening is capped by an adaptation of an all time favorite by Josef Capek, "How the Little Dog Pejsek and the Little Cat Kochichka Made a Birthday Cake." The play is performed with century-old marionettes, hand puppets, and objects.
This is the show the Horejs performed to a distinguished audience in Prague on July 10, 2018 after receiving the Czechoslovak Society for Arts and Sciences (SVU) Award.
at 11.30 AM:
Theater: Bohemian National Hall - The Ballroom
Address: 321 East 73RD Street
New York, NY 10021
Cost:$16 general admission, $11 seniors and students
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