Nibiru, Ábris Gryllus, Márton Emil Tóth, Zsófia Tamara Vadas

[A Nibiru by Ábris Gryllus, Márton Emil Tóth, Zsófia Tamara Vadas review by Zsuzsanna Komjáthy] If there are children involved in the game, is it automatically a juvenile piece? Does it necessarily mean that the performance can only convey lightweight messages or has to provide a sort of entertainment in the first place? Watching Nibiru, I am not so sure. Nibiru mixes a dystopia with a “science-fiction Rite of Spring” and permeates the alloy with the form of juvenile theatre, rendering a transit zone of performances…Continue Reading “Gam[/z]e – Nibiru by Ábris Gryllus, Márton Emil Tóth, Zsófia Tamara Vadas review”

Deeper by Marcio Kerber Canabarro (BR) - Csaba Molnár - Zsófia Tamara Vadas – Imre Vass

[A Canabarro – Molnár – Vadas – Vass review by Léna Megyeri] Around this time last year, there was a show called Deeper in Trafó House. At this year’s NEXTFESZT festival, once again there’s a show called Deeper – it’s supposed to be the reworked version of the very same show, but in fact what we see is more Deeper 2, like the sequel of a movie, set in the same universe with the same characters, but with a brand new storyline. We even get a…Continue Reading “Not deep enough; Deeper by Canabarro – Molnár – Vadas – Vass review”

Tatiana team

We have all studied at Budapest Contemporary Dance Academy and how we conceive dance is also something that we share: we all seek for new forms, endeavor to map personal relations and need to express our individual opinions. The quest for finding a common ground and the desire to attune personal demands is also a meeting point in our thinking. In Tatiana, a mixture of power, will, clear assertions and a more playful, humorous hiding is conveying what we have created all together. Anna Biczók…Continue Reading “Tatiana; Zsófia Tamara Vadas, Anna Biczók, Viktória Dányi, Dóra Furulyás”