There is a long tradition of theater in Brno. Cafes and taverns were the early predecessors of such theater houses as the Reduta Theater. As the love of theater and the economic conditions improved in Brno, the theater grew, too. In 1730, the building expanded to include a ballroom. In 1767, an 11-year-old Mozart performed in the Reduta theatre. Later in the 18th century, major fires, created the need for a massive reconstruction. The new Reduta Theatre became the center for German performances. This remained its major fare until after 1911.
Today, the Reduta Theatre is the oldest theatre structure in Brno. It is also one of the oldest theatre buildings in Moravia. After a reconstruction under B. Fuchs and K. Fuchs it became home to the Czech Operetta Company. They performed on this stage until the 1990s. Since then, it has become a scene of renovation and reconstruction. It is now open for productions of plays.
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