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【2019大师班师资简介】米丘•杜埃卡尔( Michal Dočekal)

 

米丘•杜埃卡尔( Michal Dočekal)


  米丘•杜埃卡尔从中学开始参与戏剧工作室的导表演工作,在19851991年间在布拉格表演艺术学院戏剧系学习舞台导演,其中有半年赴伦敦深造。


  从1991年到1994年,他在卡斯帕戏剧社团做导演期间创作颇多,有《克汀卡》(克莱斯特),《胡安娜》(比利纳改编版),《克拉维亚》(歌德,沃斯特里斯改编)。


19942002年间,作为导演和艺术总监,他使布拉格的Divadlo Komedie剧院达到了飞跃,获得了1996年年度剧院奖。他导演了契诃夫的《三姐妹》,莎士比亚的《李尔王》,《仲夏夜之梦》,《驯悍记》和《威尼斯商人》,恩奎斯特的《影像创作者》,阿加莎克里斯蒂的《十个印第安小男孩》等作品。其中在2001年他的概念作品马洛的《浮士德的悲剧》在布拉格的维谢赫拉城堡地下上演并获奖。与此同时,他也在其他剧院受邀导戏。


  加入国家剧院之前,他在科洛夫拉特剧院导演过两部戏,乔伊斯的《流亡者》和贝克特的《美好的日子》(1998)。


  2002年他成为国家剧院艺术总监。他以一部罗斯坦德的《大鼻子情圣》为处女秀,接着是凯恩的《448分精神奔溃》,马斯特罗西莫内的《完全诡异》,《克拉普最后的录像带》(贝克特/米哈洛维奇),《吝啬鬼》(莫里哀),《超级市场》(克里姆切克),《萨尔达医生的判决与折磨》(无名),《灵魂卖家》(巴塞蒂),《卖花女》(萧伯纳),《父亲》(伊拉泽克),《居家》(弗拉迪斯克),《一点音乐》(科豪特)。


  当下,他的创作包括:国家剧院:《大鼻子情圣》;庄园剧院:《理查三世》(莎士比亚,作为导演他获得两项大奖提名),《钦差大臣》(果戈里),《净身池》(加龙);《八月:奥赛治郡》(莱茨),《海鸥》(彻丘),《安然》(露西.普罗布尔);新舞台剧院:《等待戈多》(贝克特),《拯救》(邦德);《诺拉离开她的丈夫之后》(杰林克)和在科洛夫拉特剧院的《从莫斯科撤退》(尼克尔森)


  米丘•杜埃卡尔也对中欧戏剧产生了非凡的影响。他在2009年成功的执导了《净身池》,一部当代以色列剧作家哈达尔.加龙的作品。该剧在斯洛伐克首都布拉迪斯拉发首演,之后去到匈牙利首都布达佩斯的喜剧剧院演出。2011年他重返斯洛伐克,在国家剧院导演了《欲望号街车》。

  他的艺术成就还包括:2004年获得捷克文学基金奖,2003Shed项目和在意大利佩斯卡拉取得的国际夫拉亚诺奖。他在2011年被选为国家戏剧联盟工会董事会成员。从20182019年度,他荣任布拉格城市剧院的院长。


Acted and directed at the Rubín theatres A Studio while still at secondary school. Between 1985 and 1991 he studied stage direction at the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and during this time took up a half-year study residency in London.

From 1991 to 1994 he was stage director at the Kašpar Theatre Society (directing, among other plays, Katynka (Kleist), Doňa Juana (T. de Molina, H. Bylinas adaptation), Clavija (Goethe, J. Vostrý’s adaptation).

Between 1994 and 2002, not only as a stage director but also artistic director, he transformed Pragues Divadlo Komedie (Theatre of the Year 1996, Alfréd Radok Award), directing Chekhovs The Three Sisters, Shakespeares King Lear, A Midsummer Nights Dream, The Taming of the Shrew and The Merchant of Venice, Enquists Bildmakarna (The Image Makers), Christies Ten Little Indians, etc. A landmark artistic achievement was his 2001 conception of Marlowes The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus staged in the underground of Vyšehrad Castle in Prague (Divadelnínoviny Award). At the time, he also worked as a guest director at other theatres.

Prior to joining the National Theatre, he had staged two productions at the Kolowrat Theatre Joyces Exiles (1994) and Becketts Happy Days (1998).


He became Artistic Director of the National Theatre Drama in 2002. He debuted with Rostands Cyrano de Bergerac, followed by 4.48 Psychosis (Kane), Like Totally Weird (Mastrosimone), Krapps Last Tape (Beckett/Mihalovici), The Miser (Moliere), Hypermarket (Klimáček), The Persecution and Torture of Dr. Šalda (Anonymous), Sellers of Souls (Bassetti), Pygmalion (Shaw), Father (Jirásek), At Home (Františák), A Little Might Music (Kohout).


At the present time, his productions in the Nationals repertoire include: at the National Theatre: Cyrano de Bergerac; at the Estates Theatre: Richard III (Shakespeare; for its stage direction he was nominated for the Divadelnínoviny and Sazka Award), The Government Inspector (Gogol), Mikveh (Galron), August: Osage County (Letts);The Seagull (Tchechow), Enron (Lucy Prebble); at the New Stage: Waiting for Godot (Beckett), Saved (Bond); What Happend After Nora Left her Husband (Jelinek) and at the Kolowrat Theatre: The Retreat from Moscow (Nicholson).

Michal Dočekal has made its remarkable impact on Central European theatre as well. He successfully directed Mikveh (2009), a play of a contemporary Israeli playwright Hadal Galron, in Arena Theatre in Bratislava, Slovakia, and later also in Vigszínház, Budapest, Hungary (2010). He returned to Slovakia in 2011, he directed A Streetcar Named Desire (2011) in the Slovak National Theatre.

For his artistic achievements, Michal Dočekal has received (in addition to the aforementioned awards): in 2004 the Czech Literary Fund Award for the 2003 Shed Project and the international Flaiano Prize in 2003 in Pescara, Italy. He was elected to the Board of Directors UTE (Union des Théâtres de lEurope) in 2011.


From the season 2018/19 he becomes the Director of the Mestska divadla prazska (The Prague Municipal Theatres).