Polish Blood

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 surtitles in German

We do not need to be a member of the fraternal presence of the Oscar of the Netherlands. The European Ombudsman, who formed the first years of the Slovenian national division, was not only a significant figure, but also a significant one, who insisted on world-wide openings and concert halls, as well as on the original composition. Its most significant dielo, which, until now, has been awarded the repertoire of the Hudobných divadelas, is primarily the Polish Krv. In the humorous situation of the ship Bolek Baranski is still standing due to the dissolved life of the state and the inescapable friends in the collapse, so he wants to take care of his ineffective financial situation on the part of the appointed Council. This resists him with the heroic figure of Zaremba, who is not in his free reindeer Helena. Since the handling of financial problems in this area is a reflection of all the complications and uncertainties, it can be said that the problem of poverty in the current situation or in our divadellations is a sign of poverty. Under the auspices of Marián Vácová, who, at all SND Operas, is predicted first and foremost with the flexible Hudobný naštudovaní, and in the role of Marián Chudovské, will be implemented through a judge and a host at the opening of a house.

 

Program and cast

Author: Oskar Nedbal Opereta v troch obrazoch

 

Hudobné naštudovanie: Marián Vach
Dirigent: Marián Vach, Dušan Štefánek
Réžia: Marián Chudovský
Slovak prelude: Ján Štrasser
Scéna: Jaroslav Valek
Costs: Peter Čanecký
Choreography: Igor Holováč
Zbormajster: Ladislav Kaprinay

 

Jan Zaremba: Gustáv Beláček, Ján Galla
Helena Zarembová: Eva Hornyáková, Katarína Juhásová
Boleslaw Baranski: Miroslav Dvorský, Tomáš Juhás
Bronio von Popiel: Ján Babjak, Martin Gyimesi
Wanda Kwasinska: Jana Bernáthová, Petra Nôtová
Jadwiga Pawlova: Jitka Sapara-Fischerová, Eva Šeniglová
Mirski: František Ďuriač, Juraj Peter
Gurski: Ivan Ožvát, Igor Pasek
Wolenski: Daniel Hlásny, Martin Smolnický
Senovich: Jozef Kundlák, Jiří Zouhar
Slečna von Drygalska: Daria Ďurišová, Nora Chmelik
Kontesa Jozia Napolska: Monika Kyšková, Mária Štúrová
Plastic: Dmytro Dubrovskyy, Martin Ešek
Spoluúčinkuje: Pressburg Singers pod vedením Janky Rychlej

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Slovak National Theatre - SND Historical Building

The Historical Building of the Slovak National Theatre stands on the site of the former city theatre. Commissioned by the Count Juraj Csáky, it stood here as early as in 1776. The current building was built to the design by the architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer, opened in 1886. The building in eclectic style is one of many theatre buildings designed by the eminent team of the Vienna-based architects, which dot a number of European cities, including Sofia (Bulgarian), Budapest (Hungary, Karlovy Vary and Brno (Czech Republic), Zürich (Switzerland) or Berlin in Germany (Theater unter den Linden).


The City Theatre Bratislava first staged the stagione theatre performances by German and Hungarian companies. From 1920 it houses The Slovak National Theatre. Until the 1950s it was home to drama, opera and ballet performances. It wasn’t until the opening of the permanent stage for the SND Drama Company that the SND Historic Building became exclusively dedicated to the SND Opera and Ballet.


The listed building, given by the nature of its heritage protection, had to retain its original façade, the interior of the auditorium, the entrance lobby and the salon on the 1st floor. Nonetheless, the auditorium underwent substantial spatial transformation. To provide members of the audience with greater comfort, the transformation also involved reduction of the number of seats. All other areas have been modernised. Central cloak room opened in the basement (beneath the auditorium), cafés on the 2nd floor and smoking rooms on the ground floor and the 3rd floor. Areas on both sides of the stage have been refurbished to serve as changing rooms for the performing artists, wardrobe warehouses, equipment rooms and tuning salons (in the basement). The contemporary annex houses offices dedicated to directors, conductors, prompters, changing rooms, rehearsal rooms and administrative offices used by the SND administration of the SND Opera and Ballet. Three underground storeys are beneath the annex and the adjacent Komenského square: the 2 floor is home to stage decorations warehouse and the 3rd floor consists of two spacious ballet rehearsal halls.

 

 

How to get there


Public transport

All tram lines operate within the walking distance of the SND Historical Building, as do bus lines No: 29, 30, 37, 82, 91, 191 a 901

 

Buses: 

Bus stop within walking distance of the New Bridge / Nový most: 

29, 30, 37, 82, 91, 191, 901 (international line)

Trams: 

Stops adjacent to the SND Historical Building: 

Jesenského, and/or Nám. Ľ. Štúra

Tram lines No 2 (only in the direction from ŽST Nové mesto), 4 (only in the direction from Zlaté piesky), 5 (only in the direction from Rača – Komisárky), 6, 9 (in the direction from Karlova Ves only the stop Jesenského)

Stops within walking distance at the squares Kamenné námestie and Námestie SNP: 

Lines No: 2 (in the direction from Šafárikovo námestie), 3, 4 (in the direction from Dúbravka), 5

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