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Šimon Olivětín

Journey to the Center of the Earth (through the Flue of Milesovka)

Based on the works of Jules Verne, Karel Zeman, Tomas Prochazka and Robert Smolik. The incredible journey of four Boy Scouts along almost forgotten paths.

Directed by Tomáš Procházka
Stage design Robert Smolík, Robert Smolík, Světelný design: Jan Dörner
Music Jan Burian ml.
Cast Bob Holý, Martina J. Hartmanová, Radka Mašková, Josef Jelínek, Petr Vydarený
Performace duration 45 min.
Premiéra Czech premiere
Monday, 10 October 2016
od8 The performance is
from 8 years

How tempting the world of dinosaurs and giant club mosses is for schoolchildren! And we offer them an opportunity to experience the adventures of a group of children in a production that combines theater with projection and film tricks. It pays tribute to Jules Verne (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jules_Verne) and Karel Zeman (famous Czech film director, holder of many awards, e.g. Price of French Film Critics, Crystal Price of French Film Academy, Price of EXPO 1958, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0954724/). Two authors of thrilling and entertaining stories who have inspired new generations of scientists, artists, writers, prophets and visionaries or filmmakers. Or theatermakers!

Pilsen production transfers the adventures of Verne's novel to Central Europe. A group of Pilsen children takes a trip to Milesovka, the highest mountain of the Bohemian Uplands. After the entrance to the cave that they explore is blocked, they look for a way out and they go deeper to the center of the Earth. They meet the world of prehistoric monsters, get a unique knowledge about prehistoric fauna and flora, and after the expedition through underground tunnels, forests, seas and lakes, they surface again in their hometown.

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