We implement cultural projects in cooperation with a number of our partners. We bring ideas into cooperation and then take care of the implementation process.
Premiere 29. 11. 2019 at 19:00
Czech premiere of the most recent family story in recent years! A deep look at the family struggling with the problem of mental illness.
NEXT TO NORMAL is a contemporary, modern, pop rock musical. The authors are world-famous creators Brian Yorkey (libretto) and Tom Kitt (music).
Since its premiere on Broadway in 2009 and the subsequent US tour, the musical has been shown worldwide, including Canada, Australia, Holland, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Korea, Israel, all Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain or Poland. He will have his Czech premiere in the Czech Republic!
16. 6. 2019
Charity concert for Nicolas will take place in Club Joe.
Nicolas will never be a healthy child. Due to brain bleeding at birth, he has moderate mental retardation and suffers from signs of autism. In order not to be too easy on his way through life, he also has an inborn deformity of his legs, when his ankle falls spontaneously and the knee turns inward. Nicolas serves with his smile and the courage as our inspiration. Rehabilitation in the nursing home will greatly improve his musculoskeletal system.
Art4rent invites you to a charity concert for Nicolas, featuring EMMA SMETANA, ONDŘEJ RUML, ELIS MRAZ, MARTIN PISAŘÍK, TOMÁŠ MATONOHA & INSPEKTOR KLUZÓ.
The event is moderated by Kateřina Sedláková and Peter Pecha.
The total proceeds from the event will go to a two-week comprehensive neurorehabilitation therapy in the Hájek rehabilitation center.
Admission: 290, – CZK
Each ticket is priceless. The main prize is a stay for 2 people for 2 nights in the Penta Prague hotel.
However, you can contribute without participation. 😉 Just click on the tickets link and select – CONTRIBUTION WITHOUT PARTICIPATION.
We look forward to seeing you!
Actor Tomáš Vaněk accompanies the unique ONE MAN SHOW in English at the Royal Theater on how to become the right Czech. The author of the play, Jean Christophe Gramont, a native Frenchman, has been living in Prague for 14 years and he decided to write a theater play about his journey, “How to Become a Czech” .
The funniest show we’ve ever done in representing Tomas. All we had to do was get coffee with J.C. Gramontem and talked about the content of the script, and we knew we had to be there. And all the shows have been presented as SOLD OUT since the premiere of the show 26.9.2017.
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Classical concert in modern style by contemporary composer Robert Jisa. Exceptional music composition, outstanding performers and modern expressive elements in one piece. A new dimension of classical music experience.
The Globe Around, together with Apollon Art’s nonprofit organization, produced together for the general public in the years 2013 and 2014 a total of 5 3D concerts in the Church of Šimon and Judy in Prague. Subsequently, the project was upgraded to version 4D and in cooperation with the Pardubice Chamber Philharmonic, he presented viewers in 2016 as part of the Grand Pardubice event in the local arena for more than 2000 spectators.
Creative and artistic team:
Steve Lichtag Directed by 3D/4D
Sylwek LuczakVisual 2D effects, projection and light
Miroslav Hrdý 3D Animations, graphics
Peter Feranec/ Marek Štryncl Conductor
Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice
Christina Johnston Sopran
Martinů Voices/ Collegium Floreum
Czech Boys Choir Boni Pueri
We offer the project for cooperation for:
– providing a libretto
– organization of the whole work (music / 3D / 4D)
Actor and singer Tomáš Vaněk presents his entertaining, musical show accompanied by live drums and interesting guests. There will be many famous hits, but also undiscovered or brand new songs from world and Czech scenes.
The multi-genre repertoire consists mainly of songs from Tomáš’s roles in the musicals Phantom of the Opera, Rent, Antoinette, I, Francois Villon, Seven Raven, complete with melodies from many other exceptional works.
Concert Tomáš Vaněk by Musical, together with art4rent, was held for the general public in 2016 at the Municipal Theater in Mnichovo Hradiště and in the Prague Theater Royal.
The performance is on waves of swing and jazz, classical music, pop and rock, and at certain times on the waves of all.
We offer music shows:
FOR PRIVATE EVENTS
TO THEATERS AND CLUBS
The content and length of the program are compiled according to the client’s wishes.
Creative and artistic team:
Mimi: Michaela Tomešová, Michaela Horká
Mark: TOMÁŠ VANĚK
About: Tomas Novotný
Maureen: Michaela Zemankova
Joanne: Lucie Bakešová
Angel: Laso Hudec Šubrt, Lucie Brychtová
Benjamin: Joseph Guruncz
Other roles: Karel Korsa, David Bouša, Markéta Švábová, Kateřina Sedláková
Director: Steve Josephson
Translation: Milan Malinovsky
finished on June 9, 2019
We performed the musical together with art4rent in Czech translation at Na Prádle Theater. It was the autobiographical work of composer Jonathan Larson, which reveals the doubts, anxieties, and uncertainties he experienced in the run-up to the RENT musical.
Tomáš Vaněk received the Best Actor of the Musical Award in the Musical – Operetta Magazine for this role and was nominated for Thalia.
The bohemian life of an unsuccessful artist is great. It’s great when you’re twenty. He’s fine when you’re twenty-five. But what if you’re thirty. Thirty – the age when you should make adult decisions. Have a good job. Buy your car. Buy your apartment. In short, to stabilize your entire life.
He first introduced Larson in 1990. After his death, playwright David Auburn wrote it for three actors – the premiere took place in 2001 on Off-Broadway. Followed by London, the US national tour, two Off-Broadway returns and many other local and international productions.
Creative and Actor Team:
Jon: TOMAS VANEK
Susan: Lucia Jagercikova
Michael: Peter Pecha
Foreword by Joseph Somr
Director: Martin Vokoun
Stage and Costumes: Aleš Valášek
Czech translation: Michal Zahálka and Jan Šotkovský
Dramaturgy: Ondřej Doubrava
Music arrangement: Kristýna Brachtlová
Production and PR: Markéta Schröcková and Michaela Jankulárová