March 17 - 18, 2012 and October 23 - 28, Budapest, Hungary
Crisis Trilogy by Krétakör, at Trafó
Crisis is the story of a family of three and the three separate parts will be performed in three different countries after a year’s worth of development. 1st Part - jp.co.de The protagonist of the trilogy’s first part´s film is the son of the family, 18-year-old Balázs, who leaves the family home to establish his own mythology. 2nd Part - UNGRATEFUL BASTARDS The second part sees the story of the pater familias, 45-year-old developmental psychologist Gyula Gát unfold, originally conveyed for Bayerische Staatsoper’s Pavillon 21 in a chamber opera format. 3rd Part - THE PRIESTESS The concluding part of the trilogy is the story of the mother, Lilla Gát. The once highly acclaimed Budapest actress is now a committed drama teacher in a village far away from the capital. The performance itself will be a product of alternative theatre-in-education methods.
In Budapest, you could also see film essay on scenography Designated Space by director Hana Železná produced by the Prague Quadrennial and Intersection project, in FUGA Budapest Center of Architecture, October 18 – 24. Organized with support of Czech Centre Budapest.