Puppet performance inspired by Hieronymus Bosch
The play opens the view for the fantastic world of Hieronymus Bosch's painting shown by wood-carved Czech figures in original technology used in an unusual way of puppeteering.
This week is aniversery of his dead.
Bosch died in 's-Hertogenbosch in August 1516 (the exact date of his death is unknown, but a funeral mass was held for him on August 9). While he enjoyed some success during his lifetime, he attracted an even grander fan soon after his death.
Production of the performance is by Tineola Theatre.The first night of the Haywain took place in Dejvické divadlo in Prague in autumn 2000. Since then it has been performed in Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Germany and France.