HASPRA'S MORNING, NOON AND EVENING
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A generation yokefellow of a director Pavol Haspra, a theatrical critic and historian Ladislav Cavojsky, has introduced the director by his collection of the analytical and the critical texts. A view on Pavol Haspra's home file of a director of the Slovak National Theatre drama, in a bow from an extraordinary successful Radickov's play 'Pokus o lietanie' (An Attempt to Fly), via a classical Vladimir Hurban's play 'Zamka skripi' (The Screeching Lock), O'Neill's stage 'Ladar prichadza' (The Iceman is Coming), a new original staging of Michal Kocan Play-back, up to Kovacevic's 'Zberne stredisko' (The Gathering Place) enables those interested to follow not just complexity of a creative fight of a director, but at the same time to perceive the conditions of a stagings' origination.
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