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RozRazil 45-46 (2012)
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45-46 (2012)



Kaverna souchotí, duch nezaměstnaného a zmrzlé maso z Ameriky
(průvodce hospodářskými krizemi v letech 1909 až 1933)
Cavern of tuberculosis, spirit of the unemployed and frozen meat from America
(Guide through the economic crisis of 1909 - 1933) Text by Ivan Motýl


Read through rehearsal
Chléb ze železa
Rozhlasový fejeton ostravského autora, který byl vysílán v roce 1936
Bread of iron
Radio documentary feuilleton by an author from Ostrava/broadcasted in 1936
Text by Josef Filgas


Připomínám: V přeneseném smyslu, podle slovníku cizích slov, znamená cirkus zmatek, blázinec a shon.
Just a reminder: In the figurative sense, according to the dictionary of foreign words, circus means chaos, madhouse and haste
Text by Karel Hvížďala

Kulatý stůl

Round table
Poprvé v životě jsem byl moderátorem
Miloš Zeman moderuje debatu s moderátory
It's the first time I have been a moderator myself
Miloš Zeman moderates a discussion with moderators
Participants:: Miloš Zeman, Otakar Černý, Jan Pokorný, Jakub Železný


Tak sme si teraz sadli a zacali sme
sa rozpravat cez gmail. Posielam Ti to a ty si z toho vyber co chces
Rozhovor mezi dvojčaty
So we have sat down and begun talking over gmail. I am sending it over, you choose what you like from it
An Interview Between Twins
Text by Zuza Piussi, Lucia Piussi


Mečiarizmus -- smrteľná choroba
Tak sa niekedy pýtam sám seba, prečo som o tom nikdy nepísal?
Mechiarism - Deadly disease
And then I sometimes ask myself
Why haven't I ever written about it?
Text by Eugen Korda


Read through rehearsal
Cestou do práce dvakrát obejdu kněze
No a co váš vztah k víře?
On my way to work I walk around priest twice
And what's your stand towards faith?
Text by Jiří Havlíček


Ještě hokej nezahynul
Co se skutečně stalo s polským hokejem...
Hockey has not died out yet
What has really happened to the Polish hockey...
Text by Mariusz Surosz


Cirkus bude!
Circus shall be!
Text and drawings by Viki Shock


Cirkus poezie
Circus of poetry
Composed by iKanias /

Kulatý stůl

Round table
Cirkus je umění
Kulatý stůl o cirkuse
Circus is art
Round Table About Circus
Text by Veronika Štefanová, Květoslava Kellnerová, Jiří Výška, Jan Ringel, Hanuš Jordan


Zapadlý cirkusový svět
Remote circus life
Text by Hanuš Jordan


Chléb, hry a krev aneb Cirkus nejen
na antický způsob
Bread, plays and blood or circus not only the ancient way
Text by Lubor Kysučan


Nový a český!
Jaký je tak zvaný nový cirkus u nás?
New and Czech!
What's the so-called new circus like in our lands?
Text by Veronika Štefanová

10 otázek

Ten questions
Grmolec & (Rychlík) / Stančík
Otázky formulované Z. Grmolcem pro B. Rychlíka, které zodpověděl P. Stančík
Grmolec & (Rychlík) / Stančík
Questions asked by Z. Grmolec to B. Rychlík, to which P. Stančík has answered


Od pitvy k wrestlingu
Při rozmluvě s jedním svým známým jsem se dozvěděl, že opravdu miluje koně...
From autopsy to wrestling
In one discussion with my friend I have learned he really loves horses Text Stanislav Beran


1000 slov o krizi
Řecké slovo ??????, které převzaly všechny evropské jazyky, označuje přelom, výrazné změny.
1000 words about crisis
The Greek Word ?????? adopted by all European languages means turning point, crucial changes
Text by Jevhenia Kononenko


Ne od Boha, od ďábla
Pokud uvěříme Písmu svatému, tak krize lidské civilizace začala už tehdy, když had zlákal Evu...
Not from God, but devil
If we would believe the holy bible then crisis has begun already when the snake lured Eve...
Text by Vasyl Trubaj


Opička s láhví rumu, Ivan Blatný na návsi
a švédská krotitelka v Brně? aneb CIRKUS 1941
Little monkey with a bottle of rum, Ivan Blatný at the village square and Swedish tameress in Brno or circus in 1941
Text by Ivan Motýl


Divadlo Husa na provázku připravuje představení o naší nynější krizi
Kdyby jste byl/a dramaturgem či režisérem takového představení, co byste do inscenace určitě zařadil/a?
Theatre goose on the string prepares a performance about our today's crisis. If you were a director of the play what wouldn't you miss for sure?
Answers: Jiří Dienstbier, Jan Fischer, Táňa Fischer, Miloš Zeman


Z historie divadelních Rozrazilů
From the histories of theatre Rozrazils
Text by Josef Kovalčuk

Kulatý stůl

Round table
O naší nynější krizi
Diskuse tvůrců scénického časopisu Rozrazil 5/2013
About our today's crisis
Discussion of the Rozrazil 5/2013 journal creators
Text by Petr Oslzlý, Josef Kovalčuk, Břetislav Rychlík, Miroslav Oščatka, Marián Amsler, Matěj Hollan, Petr Maška, Barbara Herz, Michal Hába, Ivan Buraj

Poslední strana

Last page
Text by Ivan Petlan, foto David Konečný


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