Prague City Theatres, Prague/Czech Republic

Prague City Theatres are one of Prague’s most significant cultural institutions with a rich history dating back to 1950. Launched in 2018 with a new management headed by Daniel Přibyl as managing director and Michal Dočekal as artistic chief, Prague City Theatres are comprised of three main venues: Rokoko, ABC, and Komedie Theater. In addition to these venues, activities and productions are also held at open-air venues and various other non-theatrical buildings. The aim is to transform Prague City Theatres into a theatre institution with international connections, one that will tackle the deep issues of today and play an active role in the development of Czech and European theater and society.

Michal Hába is a Czech theatre director, working in both independent and state run-theatres. He focuses on political topics, using Brechtian principles. Michal Hába graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (direction) and is the artistic director of Lachende Bestien. Productions include Sezuan based Bertolt Brecht, Heiner Müller’s Mission, An Enemy of the People based on Henrik Ibsen and Pornogeography by Werner Schwab for which he received the Josef Balvin Award in 2016 (Best German Language Play of the Year).

> Production We are here for you. Discussion on 'The Heroes of Capitalist Labor' by Saša Uhlová