International projects

MU Theatre, 16-21 November 2015

Participatory theatre activates its audience, encouraging action from people without bringing them into uncomfortable, awkward situations. It provokes your thoughts and gives you an opportunity to make your opionion heard. In the situations offered by these performances we can experience our own decision-making skill and our ability to act.

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3-8 March, 2015, Budapest

dunaPart3 is the merge of the dunaPart platforms (2008 and 2011) and of Hungarian Showcase (2013). The aim of the platform is to present the outstanding representatives of the independent Hungarian performing arts scene, to help them and the whole field in their further integration in the international professional network.
SÍN Culture Centre is proud to have 4 of its productions in the selected program of the platform.

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17 October 2014, Jurányi House, SVUNG-event

For All Ears Kate McIntosh sets up the stage as an improvised adhoc laboratory for a series of unusual recordings and acoustic experiments, using everyday objects and materials. Chairs are dragged, paper is torn, glasses are toppled. Sounds are gathered, recorded and played back – the action of one part of the performance providing soundtrack, background or atmosphere for another. Along the way McIntosh – as combination curious scientist, mischievous questioner and eclectic storyteller – leads us on a distinctive journey through a diverse landscape of ideas.

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4 September 2014, MU Theatre

ATLAS project by casabranca arrives in Budapest in the frame of Open Latitudes 3, an Europe Culture Programme project. 100 people of different professions from local community create the atlas of Budapest together on stage.

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Culture 2013 (2013-2014)

Is it possible to build a European identity while the main EU countries are still struggling to define their own? Through this project the participants will try to discover a new European artistic citizenship.

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Culture 2013 (2013-2016)

The European network Open Latitudes and its 9 partner organizations is engaged in structured collaborations throughout the production and touring cycles for staged works and contemporary choreography. The project is expressly directed toward supporting a young generation of artists.

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