DIVUS PRAHA: Miroslav Bambušek: Prometheus
Miroslav Bambušek: [b]Prometheus[/b]

Miroslav Bambušek: Prometheus

01.06.2016 20:00


Reprízy 12., 15. a 19. června 2016

Sedm současných kovbojů na vandru do krajiny vlastního stínu. S písní na rtech neohroženě putují přes každodenní grotesku až do zapomenutých zahrad mystéria, kudy se prohání vítr nové mytologie. Vítr slov a obrazů, který odkrývá zasuté vrstvy a rozdmychává oheň. Prometheus je pokusem o návrat k duchovním kořenům Evropy, je pokusem o návrat k tomu, co je v našich kořenech silné a vroucí, je pokusem o návrat k tomu, co jsme ztratili nebo čeho jsme se vzdali ve jménu vlastního pohodlí a co nás činí dnes tak změkčilými a bezbrannými. Prometheus je také mystérium jako ruka natažená ke světlu, ruka stahovaná zpět strachem sudetských kovbojů z popálení. Pokud tito vytrvají, v oslepení žárem možná zaostří na obrysy vlastních běsů a závislostí, aby skrze ně prošli. „O to dneska pravým chlapům prý jde." Otázka je, kam se na takto nebezpečné cestě labyrintem dostanou. Miroslav Bambušek se ve svém novém dramatickém textu opět s jistotou kaskadéra pohybuje na tenkém rozhraní grotesky, básnického dramatu a kázání, které bere svou sílu z mytologie, křísí ji a oživenou metá v záblescích současných dramatických situací mezi nás. Inscenace vznikne výhradně pro prostory bývalé papírny Perla ve Vraném nad Vltavou.

režie: Miroslav Bambušek
výprava: Zuzana Bambušek Krejzková a Jana Preková
dramaturgie: Tereza Marečková
hudba:Tomáš Vtípil
bicí:Štěpán Chlouba
diaprojekce: Miroslav Bambušek, Jan Danhel a Martin Klapper
technická spolupráce: František Fabián, Pavel Havrda, Miroslav Pich, M.C. Koch
grafik: František Štorm
p.r.: Kateřina Čopjaková
produkce: Spolek Mezery a Magda Juránková
hrají: Miloslav König, Miloslav Mejzlík, Tomáš Bambušek, Jiří Černý, Jakub Gottwald, Jakub Folvarčný, Libor Štech nebo Petr Podzemský

Inscenace vznikla za podpory Ministerstva kultury, Státního fondu kultury ČR a hl. města Prahy.


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