Theatre on the Balustrade
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Theatre on the Balustrade information
The theatre where Václav Havel honed his skills as a playwright four decades ago is now the city’s main venue for serious Czech-language drama, including works by a range of foreign playwrights translated into Czech. There are occasional performances in English, and some with English subtitles.