Ernest Hemingway

The Old Man and the Sea / drama

„My big fish must be somewhere.“

Theatre adaptation of legendary novel by Ernest Hemingway from 1952, for which he was awarded Nobel Prize in Literature. Magical story of Santiago, a Cuban fisherman who struggles for several days with a giant sea fish alone on his old boat, is above all a celebration of human will, bravery and also age long unity between a man and the nature… Direction: M. Mužík, V. Kracík

Adaptation: Vladislav Kracík, Matěj Mužík
Director: Matěj Mužík, Vladislav Kracík
Dramaturge: Vladislav Kracík
Set and Costume Designer: Adéla Szturc
Music: Dalibor Eimut
Visuals: Honza Volf
Light Design: Aleš Hejral
Technical Support: Jiří Krliš
Sound Production: Rikki Beran
Light Production: Daniel Bodlák
Poster Design: Markéta Rosendorfová
Cast: Tereza Toth Čápová, Petra Konev Čiháková, Martin Dědoch
Voice Narrator: Neil E. Baker

Premiere: 10.6.2016 at 19:30
Running time: 1h 15min, no intermission

The adaptation is officially licensed by Patrick and Carol Hemingway Revocable Living Trust, Hemingway Family Trust a Hemingway Copyrights, LLC, c/o Lazarus &Harris LLP, 561 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10018, www.lazhar.com

Represented by Aura-Pont, s.r.o., Veslařský ostrov 62, 147 00 Praha, The Czech Republic.

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