Événement du 27 février 2020

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    SK VY MÁTE V RUKÁCH MOC, MY PRAVDU

    27 février 2020 • 19:00

    "VOUS AVEZ LE POUVOIR, MAIS NOUS AVONS LA VÉRITÉ"

    De Ľubomír Feldek
    Par le Théâtre National slovaque
    En Slovaque sous titré en Anglais
    120’ avec entracte

    SK Taký je podtitul hry NEPOLEPŠENÝ SVÄTEC z pera Ľubomíra Feldeka. SLOVENSKÉ NÁRODNÉ DIVADLO ponúkne v Bruseli príbeh katolíckeho disidenta Silvestra Krčméryho, ktorého ani najbrutálnejšími metódami vtedajšej ŠtB neprinútili k „polepšeniu“, popretiu viery a súhlasu s mocenskými princípmi vládnutia komunistickej diktatúry.
    Ľubomír Feldek v jeho príbehu nastavil zrkadlo dobe – HRDINOV BÝVA MÁLO, ZBABELCOV PLNO. Hra je špecifická práve tým, že pôsobí aj tak optimisticky – pravda napokon víťazí !
    Mladí herci podávajú v inscenácii excelentné výkony - hru prijali mimoriadne dobre diváci aj kritika.

    FR C’est le sous-titre de la pièce "Le saint incorrigible" de Lubomir Feldek. Le théâtre national slovaque propose l’histoire d’un dissident catholique Silvester Krčméry - même les méthodes policières les plus brutales ne l’ont pas forcé à "être corrigé", à nier la foi et à accepter les principes de pouvoir de la dictature communiste.
    Dans son histoire, l’auteur Ľubomír Feldek a mis le miroir à l’époque - les héros sont rares mais les lâches sont excédentaires. Le jeu est de toute façon optimiste - la vérité gagne enfin et entre en scène !
    Deux jeunes acteurs offrent une grande performance sur scène.

    EN With the play by Ľubomír Feldek, the series in the Blue Salon continues to present staged portraits of major figures in our history. "Irredeemable Saint" or "Yours Is the Power, Ours is the Truth" tells the story of one of Slovakia’s major figures ; though less publicly known who less publicly known, he is yet the more significant : the Roman Catholic dissident and physician Silvester Krčméry.
    The narrative focuses on the moral legacy of his time in prison when no one had been able to break him, not even when using the harshest methods used by state police state police. His living faith helped him to overcome what is by now virtually unbelievable methods of torture that to make him a better citizen hence to deny his faith and consent to the power of the Communist dictatorship.
    Nonetheless, Silvester Krčméry never became the desired "better citizen". Instead he had shown utmost strength, withstood all tests, and refuted all court decisions that would have released him from prison, for he never considered himself guilty.

    The play evolves along several timelines – in the 1990s in his clinic where he is called on by former investigator ; in the 1950s in different places where he is interrogated and imprisoned. The inevitability of repentance and the elevating power of forgiveness serve as all but pathetic yet deep theme that has lost none of its currency.

    Directed by Kamil Žiška
    With Richard Autner, Matej Marušin (as a guest)
    Dramaturgy by Peter Kováč
    Set and Costume Designer Peter Janků
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