CONSTANZA MACRAS | DorkyPark: Open For Everything

1800 Ft / Student: 1500 Ft / season ticket is valid
On the 8th June, the performance will be followed by a post-show discussion with the performers and choreographer-director Constanza Macras, moderated by Júlia Ránki. Everybody is welcome!

Open for Everything is a travel through the life of Roma communities in Europe where itinerant traditions have been replaced by sedentary confined life in ghettos and the actual expulsions from many European societies. Opposite to that is the life of the dancers of DorkyPark. Nomadic by nature but without tradition as the life of many with jobs that require extremely frequent travelling.

The production will be created by Constanza Macras in cooperation with 17 Roma musicians, dancers and amateurs of different ages from Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic, and with five performers from the dance company CONSTANZA MACRAS | DorkyPark who come from Israel, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada and South-Korea.

Direction and Choreography: Constanza Macras
Dramaturgy: Carmen Mehnert
From and With                      Emil Bordás (HU)
                                               Hilde Elbers (NL)
                                               Anouk Froidevaux (CA)
                                               Fatima Hegedüs (HU)
                                               Ádám Horváth (HU)
                                               László Horváth (HU)
                                               Hyoung-Min Kim (ROK)
                                               Denis Kuhnert (D)
                                               Viktória Lakatos (HU)
                                               Zoltán Lakatos (HU)
                                               Iveta Millerová (CZ)
                                               Elik Niv (ISR)
                                               János Norbert Orsós (HU)
                                               Monika Peterová (CZ)
                                               Rebeka Rédai (HU)
                                               Marketa Richterová (CZ)
                                               Ivan Rostás (HU)
                                               Magdola Rostás (HU)
                                               Viktor Rostás (HU)
Marek Balog (SK), Milan Demeter (CZ), Milan Kroka (CZ), Jan Surmaj (CZ), Petr Surmaj (CZ)
Stage Design: Tal Shacham
Costume Design: Gilvan Coêlho de Oliveira
Photos: Manuel Osterholt
Light: Sergio de Carvalho Pessanha
Sound: Mattef Kuhlmey, Stephan Wöhrmann
Stage Technician: Welko Funke
Photo Technician: Tobias Götz
Musical Consultant: Kristina Lösche-Löwensen
Folklore Teacher: Monika Balgová, Vladimír Balog
Assistant Direction: Annika Kuhlmann, Joao Victor Toledo
Assistant Stage Design: Juliette Collas
Assistant Costume Design: Magdalena Emmerig
Dresses: Barros Cardoso

Direction Trainee: Fernando Balsera, Lucila Piffer
Stage Trainee: Angela Ribera
Costume Trainee: Florentine Helene Gerstenberg
Interpreter: Zsuzsa Berecz, Melinda Časná, Kata Kovács,  Ármin Szabó-Székely
Interpreter Trainee: Franziska Doffin
Production Manager DorkyPark: Katharina Wallisch
Production Assistance DorkyPark: Sophia Roma Weyringer
Production Trainee DorkyPark: Judith Bodenstein
Administration: Aminata Oelßner
Tourmanagement DorkyPark: Ricardo Frayha
Production Manager Budapest: Zsuzsa Berecz

Project Coordination GOETHE INSTITUT: Marta Lajnerová

A production by CONSTANZA MACRAS | DorkyPark and the GOETHE-INSTITUT.
In co-production with Wiener Festwochen, New Stage of National Theatre Prague, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts Budapest, International Theatre Festival Divadelná Nitra, Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Kampnagel Hamburg, HELLERAU – European Center for the Arts Dresden, Dansens Hus Stockholm and Zürcher Theater Spektakel.
Supported by the Capital Cultural Fund, the Governing Mayor of Berlin Department for Cultural Affairs and Open Society Foundations – with contribution of The Arts and Culture Program of Budapest
In collaboration with Workshop Foundation. Supported by Czech Center Berlin.
Folklore skirts by Romani Design

Photo: Tobias Götz

photo credit: (c) Thomas Aurin
Box Office opening hours:
  • Main hall performance days: 16h-22h
  • studio and club performance days: 16h-20h30
  • other days: 16h-20h
Trafó Gallery opening hours:
  • Performance days: 4-10pm.
  • Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 4pm-7pm.
  • Closed on Mondays.
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