The Slovak National Theater
The Slovak National Theater was established in 1920. Today, it is one of the country’s central cultural institutions. Its repertoire comprises drama, opera and ballet, each with its permanent professional company. The Slovak National Theater performances are held in two buildings, the SND Historic Building in Hviezdoslav Square and the SND New Building. The theater is a repertory theatre; the season lasts from early September until late June, during which, performances on all stages are held daily (opera and ballet) or except Mondays (drama).