2900 HUF / discounted price: 1500 HUF / family ticket: 4900 HUF
Trafó Passes are accepted
Does the process of ageing build up a wall between the seniors and youths? And the fact that we have grown up in another way than our grandparents? How could we get closer to each other in spite of all that?
The "pre-sentation" is the screen-optimized essence of the dance performance - which was originally planned to be premiered at this date, on the main stage of Trafó House of Contemporary Arts. Similarly to the stage production, the online version is focusing on a rarely discussed topic: how the passing of decades affect us and how the continuously changing spirit of the age forms us. Merging the genres of dance, interview, round-table discussion and behind the scenes film, the creators are looking for a universal language, which can be understood regardless of its social, cultural or generational context. The viewer and the creator are sharing a virtual space this time, so theatrical seats are not needed.
Performers: Polett Kasza, Eszter Kiss, György Krámer, Katalin Takács, Máté Váth
Further participants of the pre-sentation: Dr. Imre Semsei, Eszter Bircsák, András Vinnai
Text, dramaturgy: András Vinnai
Stage, visual and lighting design: Dániel Dömölky
Music: Ábris Gryllus
Costume: Emese Kasza - MEI KAWA
Lightning technology: Krisztián Balázs
Director of photography: Dániel Dömölky, Gergely Ofner
Assistent: Zsófia Rebeka Kozma
Production manager: Brigitta Kovács
Director-choreographer: Beatrix Simkó
Partner: Workshop Foundation
Coproduction partner: Trafó House of Contemporary Arts
Supporters: Staféta Program, Füge Production, National Cultural Fund of Hungary (NKA), Ministry of Human Capacities (EMMI), Creative Crossroads - Life Long Burning, Creative Europe Program of the European Union, Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Uferstudios Berlin
Special thanks: Performance Studies Hamburg, Kampnagel, Kotka Gudmon, Karin Kirchhoff, Jochen Roller, Gergely Talló, Rafaela Pastore, Yi-Chun Fan, Tony de Maeyer, Gábor Ivanov, Márk Bartha, Anita Vodál
The production took place within the framework of the Staféta Program established and supported by the Municipality of Budapest, with the additional support of the Ministry of Human Capacities.
Beatrix Simkó is a supported artist of the European Union's Creative Europe - Creative Crossroads Life Long Burning program.