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My husband and I decided to check this out as it was a unique experience and we figured we'd give it a shot. We are so glad we did!! We already knew what the story was about so the fact that it was in Italian...More
My adult daughter and I attended this performance last evening and enjoyed ourselves. I had read up on this fictional character online and became very thankful he is fictional, as he is a horrible character! We sat in the front row and you get surprises...More
We didn't really know what to expect while entering Prague Puppet Theater that night in August. We are huge fans of puppet shows and already experienced many of them before going to this one so we usually have a critical vision of the show we...More
We went to see their show of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. The puppet's themselves are amazingly crafted and their operators are highly skilled. Don't expect a night of opera but rather a good, quirkly and funny puppet show. The show is a bit long but...More
An enjoyable evening. Opera cleverly produced by the marionettes, with humor, but it is essential to read up and know the story beforehand, as it is all in Italian with no captions in English. Also note the seats are hard, wooden seats so could be...More
It was unbelievable that there was no fan or air-con in such a large theater! Quite many audience could not endure the hotness and decided to leave during the break. The story of the opera was boring and the performers were not professional, I really...More
I read a review from 2011 that said this was a "Child friendly fun place". Perhaps it was then, but in 2015 it is not. The show had frontal nudity. Pictures of naked women were prominently displayed on stage during one act of the play....More
The Don Giovani Marionette theatre performance in Prague was one of the most innovative and creative productions imaginable. Mr Mozart was an absolute hysterical take off. He positively stole the show right out from under the feet of the Don himself. Mozart of course conducted...More
Date of experience: June 2015
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Response from Elizabeth F | Reviewed this property |
While we were there we went on a weekday evening and purchased tickets right before the show started at 8. The front half of the theater was somewhat full but there was plenty of space throughout. If you go on a Friday or... More
While we were there we went on a weekday evening and purchased tickets right before the show started at 8. The front half of the theater was somewhat full but there was plenty of space throughout. If you go on a Friday or Saturday you may want to buy them the day before or even earlier that day you'll be attending. No need to purchase a week in advance or anything. Hope this helps!
Response from dianehO7614SY | Reviewed this property |
I wore jeans, shirt and a black light weight coat. It was still cool in the evenings. Others present also wore jeans. Khaki pants would also work. I think if a person really dressed up you might feel over dressed. Capris... More
I wore jeans, shirt and a black light weight coat. It was still cool in the evenings. Others present also wore jeans. Khaki pants would also work. I think if a person really dressed up you might feel over dressed. Capris also would be fine.