Adolphe Charles Adam, Joris Barcaroli
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Adolphe Charles Adam, Joris Barcaroli

Choreography by Michel Bejar
Dramaturges Céline Barcaroli, Michel Bejar
Musical preparation Jiří Habart

English poet Lord George Gordon Byron, one of the main figures of Romantism, wrote a romantic short story poem The Corsair (1814) set in an exotic oriental environment, in which he depicted heroes opposing the world, tyranny, or conventions. The story is based on a legend about an angry privateer sailing across oceans to find his love, who was kidnapped by a slave trader.
Captain Le Fola’s crew hoisted the sails to take us to places where ship of dreadful corsair called La-Mort-Rouge (Red Death) sails with its secret. His story is developed on a background full of fights between sea robbers and privateers.
Classical style enriched by new enthusiasm is what creates the choreography.

Premieres on 14 and 15 November 2020 at the Jiří Myron Theatre
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The play is no longer in our repertoire.