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.
www.trafo.hu  http://kretakor.eu




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.

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