Mo 22 November
no language barrier|50 [min]

Comical, satirical and crazy evening with man-size burnt-out entertainer mouse and his gnawer colleagues. 

This time RMFH brings you a political entertainment rally for Maow The Cat, leader of new era individual cat communism. Twitched and genre-free music, strange and instructive performance numbers form an event horizon of culture critical and an orgasmic art experience saturated with dark light. Rickey Mouse Fun House is juggling with political correctness, traveling beyond the boundaries of good taste and revitalizing the ancient art of the Underground.

Performing: Pasi Mäkelä, Petr Vrba, Tomas Vtipil, Klara Pudlakova, Martin Debřička, Elia Morretti, Keya Singh, Roland Rauschmeier, etc.  

Pasi Mäkelä (b. 1975) is an Finnish conceptual artist, performer, choreographer, and musician living partly in Prague. His performance work is largely based on butoh, Japanese avantgarde dance phenomena that emerged in early 1960 ́s. Butoh is known for extreme physical approach to dance performance. Pasi has developed Finnish version of butoh. During past years he was been working actively on various performance and music projects in Finland, Czech Republic, Germany and Austria.


The production was kindly supported by the State Culture Fund of the Czech Republic.

Alfred ve dvoře Theatre is supported by the City of Prague, the Ministry of Culture and the Municipal District of Prague 7 - Art District.