National Theatre Brno
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It now consists of three stages:
- Mahen Theatre (drama), originally the German-language Theatre on the Walls (construction finished in 1882), the first theatre building on the continent with electric lighting (designed by Thomas Alva Edison himself).
- Janáček Theatre (opera, ballet), a modern building from 1961–1965. Zdenĕk Neverla was appointed general director of the Janáček Opera House in 1990.
- Reduta Theatre, the oldest theatre house in Central Europe, recently reconstructed. In December 1767 the twelve-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart gave a concert there.
- News item in Opera, March 1990, p291.
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