- 15 Dec 2014 8:10 AM
They’re doing something entirely different than the legendary veterans: they have different views on you, themselves and everything else that surrounds us. Is it a generational issue or just the spirit of the age?
If you ask us: it makes no difference. Here is a list of nine performances which have a different take on the world and you, something that differs from what you’re used to.
It leaves you cold or becomes your accomplice, asks a few questions and then cuts you short – but it sure won’t let you rest.
Have you bought your pass by now?
5 January Dollar Daddy’s Children: Love – first part of the Family trilogy (theater)
Imre Vass: Pain Body I – II – III – IIII (performance/workshop)
6 January HUPS! Crew: Foreign elements (puppet concert)
7 January László Fülöp: There is an elephant in every room (dance)
9 January Csaba Molnár: Decameron (dance)
10 January Dányi-Molnár-Vadas: Skin Me (dance)
Ádám Czitrom & Áron Porteleki concert
12 January Dollar Daddy’s Children: Love – second part of the Family trilogy (theater)
Imre Vass: Pain Body I – II – III – IIII (performance/ workshop)
13 January Hodworks: Crack of Dawn (dance)
14 January Radio ballet: The Nature of Love (dance)
15-16 January STEREO Act: Push Down the Daisies (theater)
22-23 January Táp Theater – Ádám Fekete: Group Picture Without Lion (in natural light) (theater, Premier!)
The café features Beatrix Simkó and Dániel Dömölky’s interactive, location-specific voice recorder entitled Soundbank.
The Trafó Gallery presents Csaba Kis Róka’s Weltschmerz exhibition.
Source: Trafó House of Contemporary Art