Date: Friday, May 18, 10 pm
Location: Cafe Flirt Bar (http://www.cafe-flirt.cz/)
Slideshow projection: anyone can bring his/her favorite pictures from this semester to the library (on a flash-drive) by Wednesday!; we will make a slideshow
MAY 14-MAY 25
PLEASE RETURN ALL ITEMS TO THE LIBRARY: books, readers, DVDs, videos, magazines. If you’ve lost any of the library books, you must replace them or pay a fee. You can order a same item on Amazon and have it shipped to NYU in Prague, Male namesti 2, Prague 1. Our librarian will need to see a payment receipt! If you’ve lost (or decided to keep ) any of your NYU in Prague readers, you’ll be charged 1000 CZK from your NYU account
May 17th-19th and 24-26th at 8pm
150 crowns for NYU students (get tickets from Sarah. Please bring exact amount only!)
250kc at the door
Dokola is an intimate tale of connection (and disconnection) surrounding the intertwined sexual relationships of ten archetypal characters living in 2012 Prague. Dokola, A Broad’s Way Productions’ biggest show to date, is a highly unique and fresh production, which effortlessly marries theatre, film, dance and original music to explore these ten diverse relationships.
A Broad’s Way Productions, a company driven to produce original, multi-disciplinary theatre, has assembled an international writing team to update the famous script of Arthur Schnitzler’s “La Ronde”, choreographer Dagmar Spain (born in the Czech Republic and trained in Germany & New York) to help artistically embody the ten dynamic relationships, Jan Fisher (violinist with the popular Czech band ‘Zrni’) to compose an original music score, and Prague Film School filmmaker, Linus Ignatius, to incorporate elements of film in this colourful round. All of these different elements will be brought together by A Broad Way’s Director, Jay DeYonker. (our own RA! and RA Vladimir is in it!)
The adapted play follows ten dynamic characters on a cyclical journey through the gritty, sometimes awkward, and revealing conversations people have with their sexual partners behind closed doors. When director Jay DeYonker of New Jersey, was asked about the show’s content and the company’s choice to update the infamous play he said, “When ‘La Ronde’ was first conceived in 1897 it was banned for its raw content. With our adaptation, we have challenged ourselves to explore similarly controversial, yet highly relevant themes surrounding the sex lives of Prague’s diverse community.”
*please note that vouchers will only be given out on Tuesday, May 15th. Not before! Only one voucher 1 per person.
Location: Angelato Cafe (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g274707-d1540689-Reviews-Angelato_Cafe-Prague_Bohemia.html)
Please remember that he final day in residence halls is Friday, May 25. All students must check out by 8 pm!
If you are staying in Prague beyond May 25, you have to make alternative housing arrangements. Unfortunately we can’t let you stay in NYU Prague housing, as we have to start preparing dormitories for various summer programs.
Storing luggage – for insurance reasons, NYU Prague cannot store your luggage after the official end of the program – May 25. You can leave your bags at Ruzyne Airport, City Self-Storage www.cityselfstorage.com or Prague’s Main Train Station (Hlavni Nadrazi).
Transportation to the airport – Please note that NYU Prague provides airport transportation at the beginning of the semester only! At the end of the semester, students are expected to make their own travel arrangements.That being said, we will order one bus from each residence hall for the largest group of students departing on May 25th at around the same time. (e.g. for the largest group of students departing between 10am – 12 pm – times may vary)
ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO FILL OUT NYU PRAGUE DEPARTURE SHEET HERE:
Please submit your departure details by Monday, May 21 if you wish to be considered for the group bus. Late submissions will not be accepted!!! Everyone else should submit their departure details by May 23rd. Once we have everybody’s departure info we’ll book buses and let you know the bus pick up times.
All other students should book a taxi or an airport shuttle http://bohemianshuttles.cz/booking.html (approx 550 CZK/address)
BEFORE YOU LEAVE YOUR RESIDENCE HALL, PLEASE MAKE SURE TO:
RETURN ALL ITEMS TO THE LIBRARY: books, readers, DVDs, videos, magazines. If you’ve lost any of the library books, you must replace them or pay a fee. You can order a same item on Amazon and have it shipped to NYU in Prague, Male namesti 2, Prague 1. Our librarian will need to see a payment receipt! If you’ve lost any of your NYU in Prague readers, you’ll be charged 1000 CZK from your NYU account.
HAVE YOUR ROOM CHECKED: Clean your room and ask your building manager to check the room/apartment a day before your planned departure. Honza, Marketa, Darima and Bara will be checking rooms during the last week of the program – May 21 – 25. More info will be posted in the dorms.
RETURN YOUR KEYS & OPEN CARD: Give your keys and Opencard to the security guard when leaving a residence hall. There is a $30 charge for lost keys. There is a 200kc charge for not returning your Open card which will be deducted from your NYU account.
COLLECTION FOR REFUGEES: Every semester, we collect clothes, toiletries, hair dryers, etc. that students can’t fit in their suitcases and we deliver them to refugees living in the Czech Republic. You can leave these things in your rooms. It will be appreciated!