The Emperor’s new dress

A fairytale story about the emperor who loved nothing but a parade.
He lived somewhere in a far country the Emperor who had suffered greatly from his appearance. He did not love anything like dressing and testing and collecting new clothes his servants had brought him from morning to evening. Neither the Empress nor the Ministers convinced him that the clothes were not as important as the Sovereign was wise and learned. And it is in this castle that a maid with a court jester who decides to fix the Emperor. Last performance: December 16, 2015

Stories from the hut

There is a shack in the field, but it’s not just a shack, but the old puppet theater and the main is a talkative crap. One guy who visits the city goes to the market. With a helmet and his good friends, he will play a fairytale for children of all ages, full of the joy and sorrow of the forest animals. Last performance: 20 may 2015

Adventures of Forest Elves 


If children then know what’s happening in the woods under the ferns when you’re sleeping? They play forest elves who are experiencing many interesting adventures. Let’s take a look at the fern, Mr Goblík and Mrs. Goblík, and you’ll see what happens to them. They live in mossy huts that are hidden beneath large grass leaves. So be careful when you go into the woods, roll carefully so that you do not hurt a hut or hit a hat. Last performance: 30 August 2014

Low self esteem

A shrill beard performance with elements of seriousness.
The low self-esteem is like a destructive taboo that determines far too much in our lives. As a devastating monster, it distorts our self-image and exposes our sense of reality
You know it very well. The feeling of not being good enough, not to be beautiful enough, not to be a good enough friend, daughter, boyfriend, employee.
We follow the descriptions of life as a teenager and homosexual in a conservative South German city.
The audience is invited to a public therapy session where actors compete for who is most self-serving. Last performance: 17 March 2014



In January 1944, a German terrorist unit ran into the courtyard at a prestigious farm. In the days before, friends and acquaintances have tried to warn the farmer. He refuses to flee and see death in the eyes of the wisdom that God has a higher plan with him. One finds him left in a ditch. Done with three shots in the tinning.
The martyr connects stories, sermons, chronicles and works to the story of Kaj Munk, which is undoubtedly one of the most controversial characters of World War II: Raised to national war hero, canonized for her eminent poetry and drama, despised for its inevitability, something like Rarely as a right-wing Danish artist – and then he died as the first and only Christian martyr. Last performance: 7 October 2013



Julia and Piret are classmates. Julia has enjoyed celebrity and attention throughout her life, smiled on the front pages of magazines and shouted at community events. Everyone knows and knows him. Piret, on the contrary, has lived almost invisibly. People just do not mind him, and even in the photos she usually remains behind someone’s back.
After many years, two classmates will again get together. And they will play “Alias”. However, a simple soccer game proves to be more effective as a way of thinking people than word-of-mouth or experienced psychologists. The main thing is that women do not abandon the basic rules of play – never forget to play. Last performance: 3 July 2013

Adam and Eve

The story of Adam and Eve is one of the most famous myths of human creation: God creates a man and gives him an ideal home. Soon, God understands that a man is not alone and does make a wife for him – and they have good things to do. Their blessed life could endure indefinitely, but they step over the only prohibition – to taste the fruits of the knowledge tree. Thus, the world is sinned and God is forced to banish man and woman from paradise.
As if a simple and well-known story raises a number of burning questions: what does an ideal life mean? Do you miss the world? Responsibility and judgment? Our Theater’s troupe will explore this ancient tradition of classical ballet, in order to ask the rest of the question: What is a dramatist to offer to the ballet and vice versa? Last performance: 30 April 2013