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February 8, 2011
Time:7-9 p.m.
Description:"Tomorrow, the People Will Be ... / Zítra se bude ...": This film includes footage of "Tomorrow the People Will Be Dancing," the chamber opera on the trial of Milada Horakova, the only woman executed in Communist Czechoslovakia in the sham political trials of the 1950s, and captures for posterity this unusual musical theater performance staged in 2008 at the National Theater in Prague. Brezina and Nekvasil, leading figures of Czech contemporary opera, utilized seven hours of film recently unearthed as well as sound recordings of the real trial. With the exception of one song, the libretto is composed solely of Horakova's own words, along with letters from her family and speeches of the prosecutors.
Location:Geography Building (GRG) 102
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Jason P Alea
Sponsor:Center for Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies
Admission:Free
Categories:Everyone, Film Screening, Politics & International
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