A street theatre co-production of SpecStreet Theatre Company (UtcaSzAK) and Sinum Theatre Laboratory Association.
streetplay by JUDIT FECSKÉS, based on the poem of FARID UD-DIN ATTAR considering the translation of DICK DAVIS and the dramatic verison of JEAN-CLAUDE CARRIÈRE and PETER BROOK
Gabriella Molnár-Keresztyén, Nikolett Németh, Júlia Fazakas, Zoltán Nagyhegyesi, Géza Pintér, Dániel Nizsai, Balázs Simon, Gáspár Simon
Costumes, props: TÍMEA PIRÓTH, ANIKÓ TAKÁCS
Masks: STEFANO PEROCCO
A community creation under the direction of BALÁZS SIMON
Easily accessible open-air performance concerning our life’s ever-answered question for children and their parents and for their parents and their parents:
The interactive show of the Hungarian group is something they call a
“public vehicle to the realm of ancient wisdom”
for the never limited audience of streets with a delicate selection of traditional open-air performing art tools.
See some photos and a video of the performance: