In what has become a tradition, an opera will be shown for free in the natural theater at Divoká Šárka to mark the end of the summer holidays. The performance is Sept. 3 at 2 pm. This year it will be The Jacobin (Jakobín) by Antonín Dvořák and it will be realized by Prague Original Music Theatre and performed by professionals from and the National Theatre.
The tradition of outdoor operas at Divoka Sarka Valley was broken off in 1922 due to a lack of finances and was not revived until 2005 by the National Theatre.
From 2005, during the first Sunday in September, annual operas have been staged here. Rusalka and The Bartered Bride have been just a few of those performed here, and in 2010 the amphitheater was the setting for Libuše. Cyclists and joggers can enjoy the scenery as well.
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