- 12 Oct 2015 12:02 PM
But still, we have our doubts. Simeon takes us to the bottom of these doubts, looking for answers and letting all of us turn into Simeons for a little while.
Simeon is the company’s first piece based on a contemporary writer’s work, where the text becomes an organic part of the performance. It is based on Imre Sarkadi’s drama entitled Simeon Stylites, for the first time interpreted in the language of physical theatre, with text and dance creating a unique blend.
Where does the truth lie? Where is Sarkadi’s truth? Where is Siemon’s? And where is the human truth? Is God’s truth absolute or is it not?
The truth lies here. Sarkadi’s, Simeon’s and the human truth are all here. God’s truth is absolute. At least we believe so.
Performing artists: Tamás Rétfalvi (invited artist), Beáta Egyed, Beatrix Csák, Jenna Jalonen, Andor Rusu, László Takács
Starts at 7 p.m.
Venue: Mu Theatre
Address: 1117 Budapest, Kőrösy József utca 17
(1) 209 4014
Photo: Dániel Dömölky
Standing on a pillar for 37 years. Searching for one's path. Where does the truth lie?
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