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AHA Collective: GREY LAND (2024)

AHA Collective is a formation of six dancers established in 2021. The ever changing roles within the group gives way for diverse inputs from the members, examining performativity and the various forms of collaboration.

Máté Mészáros: MÁTÉ AND I (2023)

Have you always been curious how a choreography is made  but you never knew how to ask about it? Are you interested in studio work? The time has come for you to get an insight in the – seemingly mysterious – work of the choreographer.

Júlia Vavra: Artists Like Me (2023)

The piece ironically reflects palpable contradictions of the art world, demanding artists on the one hand to produce critical discourse and also to accept the precarious work conditions and a life-long indebtedness.

AHA Collective: DENSE PIECE (2023)

AHA Collective is a formation of six dancers established in 2021. The ever changing roles within the group gives way for diverse inputs from the members, examining performativity and the various forms of collaboration.

Réka Oberfrank: Miracle (2021)

This is a story – or hundreds of stories – told through pure dance, of tender connections and unwinding in a community, of tiny frictions becoming huge abysses, of the self found or lost in uniformity, and of sharing individual journeys within a larger organization (or organism) that is an ensemble.

Csaba Molnár – Veronika Szabó: CANDLE-LIT DINNER (2019)

We are invited to a dinner party, a cabaret or an immersive theatre experience. Or maybe to all this. The world of the performance was created during the creators’ research on the language of the Bouffon, to which they invite their guests to question social norms, hierarchies and status quo.

Viktória Dányi & Dóra Furulyás: HIDDEN MOM (2022)

„I came to the conclusion that I need almost the same skills as an artist as I do as a mother. I practice a lot every day. I am persistent, sensitive, flexible and creative. I search and find the best solution. I can do many things at once. I cope well with stress. I am physically resilient.”

Réka Oberfrank: TRIPPIN’ (2022)

The performance Trippin’ is a further reflection on the already presented Miracle, framed by the human body, the physical and philosophical ideas of part and whole and the existence in fixed/free systems.

Viktória Dányi & Dóra Furulyás: NO. 1 BOX STREET (2021)

It is important for the artists that children get familiar with contemporary dance at an early age, are enriched by high quality cultural experiences. With this mission the artists’ ambition is to start opening the relatively closed contemporary dance scene at the phase when it all starts.

Máté Váth: HUMAN MACHINE (2023)

The show combines contemporary dance, urban dance, and tutting movements in a unique blend and introduces the audience to the precise and intricate machinery of the human body through a short but intense piece.

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